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Ali’s Tricky 8.8 Bolt puzzle

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B-Lock puzzle padlock by Boaz Feldman

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Cannonball brass take apart puzzle

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Danlock – the amazing puzzle lock by Dan Feldman

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Hip Flask brass sequential discovery puzzle

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Lotus sequential discovery puzzle

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Revenge Lock alias The Wanderer by Wil Strijbos

An amazing puzzle lock created by Wil Strijbos called the Revenge Lock updated and renamed…

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The Egg sequential discovery puzzle

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The First Box sequential discovery puzzle

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Sequential Discovery

Sequential Discovery puzzles | Mr Puzzle Australia

Not one of the regular Hordern or Slocum puzzle classification categories the term Sequential Discovery puzzle, or Progressive Move Puzzle as they are sometimes called, is a new one but it’s has been heard more and more recently. It certainly one of Brian’s favourites both to design and when solving other people’s designs.

Sequential Discovery puzzles differ from other take apart puzzles because you will remove pieces that may have to be re-used as tools once you determine how to use them to advance towards to the solution. They are very specialised puzzles where you will need to solve a puzzle that then leads to another puzzle; a bit like a computer game in real 3D!