Sold out 2004 Limited Edition Set of 30. Original Price: AU$350.00 One of these puzzles sold in June 2008 at Baxterweb Puzzle Auctions for USD315.00…
Made in July 1999. All sold.
Original Price: AU$50.00
Your computer may have survived Y2K but will you be able to debug the puzzle?
This NEW concept of Mutli-Level Maze puzzle was developed and manufactured by Brian Young in 1999.
Credit for the concept must go to an anonymous computer programmer back in 1959 when the first standardised business computer programming language was being devleoped (COBOL) who thought we did not need to take up valuable space with those extra two digits. After all everyone knew it was 19… something. Or was it just that it was unlikely we would still be using these new business machines in the year 2000?
THE OBJECT OF THE PUZZLE IS TO DEBUG IT – GET THE BUG (really an Australian 5c coin) OUT THROUGH THE LARGER HOLE IN THE ‘SCREEN’ LEVEL OF THE PUZZLE. THERE ARE FOUR LEVELS OF MAZE PATHS. MOVE FROM ONE LEVEL TO ANOTHER USING THE HOLES IN EACH CORNER
The puzzle is made from nine layers of acrylic housing more than ONE METER of maze paths on multiple levels. These paths have been laster cut. The graphics on the exterior of the puzzle have been sandblasted into the acylic for a lasting effect.
This is a high quality product you can be proud to give as a gift to the computer buff with everything or avid puzzler.
Strictly Limited Edition THIS PUZZLE IS CERTIFIED Y2K COMPLIANT YES – IT WORKS!!! THEY ARE PROVING TO BE MORE OF A CHALLENGE THAN THE Y2K BUG WAS TO YOUR COMPUTER – NO MATTER WHAT THE YEAR.
Size 145mm x 120mm x 17mm