Jean-Claude Constantin has created a series of tray packing puzzles with animal figures. Each tray is themed to the animals that pack back in the try flat. Mostly it defies logic that all of those animal-shaped pieces can even fit in the tray. But you’ve seen them there when you unpackaged the puzzle so you know they do!
Choose from the four designs:
The stable boy keeps leaving the door open and the horses have got out again. Can you round them up and get them all back inside?
They say an elephant never forgets, but the zookeeper obviously does. Can you help him remember how to get them all back in their enclosure together?
The cheeky monkeys have been out playing all day. Now, can you get them all back inside the monkey house at the same time?
Cat Basket (sold out)
Tabby has had a litter of kittens and looking after them is hard work. Can you help her to get all eight in the basket for a sleep?
Size: The package is 150mm x 112mm x 10mm
The puzzle is laser cut wood and there is a solution printed on the package.
Another set of imaginative designs by Jean Claude Constantin made by Recent Toys.
Recent Toys International was launched in 2001 and as well as creating their own baffling brainteasers they also collaborate with world-renowned inventors like Jean-Claude Constantin to create an array of new puzzles with completely original concepts.
Recent Toys sum up their philosophy for making puzzles in three words. Simplicity. Smart. Durable.
Simplicity – the puzzles are simple to explain. They want to save your brainpower for solving the puzzles, not understanding the gameplay
Smart – the puzzles are built to challenge your brain to think in new ways
Durable – the puzzles are built to last. Because the only thing better than solving a puzzle is passing it on to someone else to watch them sweat!