Edward Hordern IPP Puzzle Exchange - Osaka, Japan July 2010
Presented by Frans de Vreugd. Made by Brian Young @ Mr Puzzle Australia. Designed by David Rousseau.
The object of the puzzle is to take the burr apart and reassemble it. Just six pieces but beware it's a level 220.127.116.11; that means it takes 8 moves to remove the first piece, then three more for the next piece, then two more, then two more before it will all fall apart. The challenge is then to put it back together again. There are 105 theoretical assemblies, otherwise known as false assemblies, but only 1 of them can actually be put together. For an extra challenge the puzzle comes disassembled.
David is a prolific puzzle designer. In just the past 3 years alone you see over 55 different designs he's published on the internet.
The puzzle is made from Papua New Guinean Rosewood.Size: 70mm x 70mm x 70mm
|Designer||Frans de Vreugd|