Add the dots to match the numbers.
IcoSoKu is a brilliant Brainteaser with literally thousands of challenges. Place the number buttons randomly, then match the dots to the numbers.
To create a new challenge simply swap a few number buttons and you have a new challenge to solve! Endless hours of fun!
Remember: there’s always a solution! IcoSoKu can be completed correctly every single time. It’s amazing!
Invented in 2009 by Andrea Mainini.
The puzzle frame is a blue plastic icosahedron, and the pieces are 20 white equilateral-triangular snap-in tiles with black dots and 12 yellow pins for the corners. The pins are printed with the
numbers from 1 to 12, and the triangular tiles have up to three dots in each of their corners.
IQFocus - Math, Logic, Strategy
How to play
Remove all 20 tiles and place the yellow pegs anywhere on the ball.
Snap the white tiles on the ball around the yellow pegs so that the sum of the dots around a peg equals the number shown.
Icosoku can be solved regardless of how the yellow pegs are arranged.
Just reposition to play again.
Size: Diameter of the Icosohedron is about 120mm. Box size: 190mm x 197mm x 130mm
Solution: There are so many combinations that it would be impossible to print a solution and package with the puzzle. This is a link to the online resource to solve the puzzle for the combination you're stuck on: http://www.nearly42.org/games/icosoku-solver/
The puzzle even has it's own Wikipedia entry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Icosoku