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Tower of Hanoi puzzle

Learn the pattern and you'll soon be able to master transferring the stack of 9…

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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

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Sequential Movement Puzzles

Sliding Block and other Sequential Movement puzzles

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.

Sliding block puzzles are probably the best know in this category. Rush Hour has been a top seller since it’s release by Binary Arts (later to become Think Fun) in 1996. But this is recent puzzle history. Back in 1932 J. H. Flemming patented the popular sliding block puzzle called Dad’s Puzzle in England although it may have been known earlier than this in France as the L’Ane Rouge. Variations of this puzzle then became very popular in Japan during WWII; one called “Daughter in a Box” and another called “Break Through the Enemy’s Defences” were made for civilians to pass the time in air raid shelters. This type puzzle is still very popular to this day with versions like Grand Master and others.