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PANDAmonium at the Zoo

One Panda is outside the enclosure in this Zoo. Can you fit that Panda into…

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Symmetrick 2 piece puzzle

The challenge is to make a symmetric shape from the two acrylic pieces. Both pieces…

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Tangled Track – hexagonal matching puzzle

A good introduction to a colour match puzzle. Just 14 pieces to put together. Three…

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Ship in a Bottle assembly puzzle

Can you assemble all the pieces in the bottle to create the ship?  You'll need…

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Modern Times 21 pattern match 6 series

Turn the wheels to align the colours where one wheel touches another.  This 2 x…

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Modern Times pattern match 9 series

Turn the wheels to align the colours where one wheel touches another.  This 3 x…

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Pyramid Quadrat 10 piece puzzle

Stock Update 10th May 2021:  This batch of these puzzles is now sold out. Unfortunately,…

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Relox 2D tray brainteaser

If you're brave enough to tip all the pieces out of this puzzle you'll see…

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Sagerei 2D carpenters packing puzzle

The object of this 4 piece puzzle is to fit the saws back into the…

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Winkel 2D packing puzzle

The object of this 5 piece puzzle is to fit them inside the frame. A…

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Wausau '82 13 piece burr

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Hanayama Huzzle Puzzles

2D Put Together

Dissection puzzles. Tray Puzzles.

Not really jigsaw puzzles although you may still have to match a pattern or picture to complete the puzzle, the pieces usually do not interlock. To complete the puzzle you will need to fill a pre-defined space with the pieces of the puzzle and often conform to a pattern as well.

A brainteaser called Stomachion, the so-called problem that “drives you mad!” – was created by the Greeks in about the 3rd century BC. It was a 14 piece dissection of a square and legend has it was played with, and possibly invented by, Archimedes. Tangrams are a later example (later we say, yet they’ve been known to the Chinese for many centuries!)  of this same type of 2D dissection or put-together puzzle.