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Sequential move puzzles require a series of steps or moves to solve the puzzle and reach your goal. Usually there are many steps to follow so it’s hard to memorise and therefore even if you do the puzzle you may not be able to repeat the solution without a lot of practice.

Tower of Hanoi puzzle. And oldie but a goodie.

There are many myths and legends about the origins of this puzzle but it seems that the French Mathematician Edouard Lucas actually created the puzzle in 1883. He may have also created the essence of the myths as well to

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The Waiter’s Tray. Perfect theme for Christmas giving.

Jean Claude Constantin is undoubtedly one of the most prolific and well known puzzle inventors of the last 30 years.   He’s made so many hundreds of different puzzles over the years it would be impossible to count. He commissioned this

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The Nightmare sliding block puzzle

New to our website this week is another very crafted very difficult puzzle by Jürgen Reiche. To do the puzzle you need to arranged the numbered blocks 1-6 in order by sliding the blocks in the tracks. Aptly named “The

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