Martin Gardner, a world-famous mathematician and scientist once wrote an article in Scientific American magazine back in 1966 expressing his regret that the 30 colour…
Dilemma Games made in Thailand
We recognise the wood right? We all think it’s teak from Thailand right? Wrong. This is monkey wood and it’s a plantation grown wood used by Thai puzzle maker Dilemma Games. They use it because it promotes sustainability. Dilemma makes lots of classic puzzles and a few new and innovative designs of their own to present a good range of mechanical puzzles.
Dilemma Games have been making puzzles since 1996 and recently clocked up 7 million brain teasers sold in over 42 countries. The company is very committed to its Think&Solve education program and have more than 200,000 students participating.
We picked a lucky 13 different designs that represent a range of historical classics through to new designs.
If you’re just starting your puzzle collection and would like to have an example of some basic designs this is a great place to start.
And there’s a couple of mechanical puzzles in there for the experienced puzzle collector too!
A small selection of the puzzles from Dilemma is shown here. Visit this link for them all. https://www.mrpuzzle.com.au/puzzles-by-type.html?manufacturer=76