Slida. The next generation of brainteaser is here.
Slide the 7 pieces apart, mix them up, then try to put it back together again. The pieces of this puzzle will slide together easily and feel just right when assembled correctly. Force is not necessary. If you need to apply force that’s the clue that those pieces don’t go together in that direction.
Designed in Australia by Gianni Lavermicocca and now available for everyone. He thought that in today’s tech-driven world, there is a lack of traditional games such as 3D puzzles, which can lead to developmental difficulties. So after a lot of research Lavermicocca invented a tactile, interactive puzzle that would help people learn and grow through cognitive challenges. Slida is set to build the next generation of thinkers.
Slida is a world-first, Australian-invented 3D puzzle, designed for people of all ages. After winning a Gold Medal at the International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva, could Slida be the next Rubik’s cube?
The puzzle features an interlocking technology system that expands creativity and mental capacity. Its aim is to provide a fun yet purposeful challenge for children and adults, enhancing development and problem-solving skills.
Whether it’s for education, hand-eye coordination or just for fun, SLIDA will engage everyone around you. Experience its unique interlocking design and take a SLIDA challenge!
Size: The diameter of the ball is 60mm
The puzzle comes in random colour combinations.
In the box there is a small clear stand for the ball to be displayed on.
The solution is not in the box. The Slida company has a website that can help with hints.