Hanayama Difficulty Level 4 – A significant challenge.
The French puzzle name when translated into English is the keyword here: The Egg
The puzzle goal is to separate the two pieces and put them back together.
This labyrinth style puzzle, redesigned from it’s original map of Belgium to be in the shape of an egg, gained prize-winning honours at the 2nd Annual Puzzle Design Competition in Antwerp, Belgium in 2002 for Dutch designer Oskar van Deventer.
Hanayama is known for sourcing the best designs from the best puzzle designers around the world. Oskar is one of their favourites. He is a prolific puzzle designer in many different genre’s of puzzles. Mazes. Twisty puzzles. Disentanglement puzzles. We have another 10 Hanayama puzzles on our site that he has designed. And we are currently selling 18 different puzzles that he has designed. All amazing!
Size: Each half of the L’eouf is 85mm on it’s longest axis and 70mm across. One part is a gold colour and the other is silver. Both have textured surfaces. The box is 75mm x 115mm x 45mm
A solution sheet in English is now available and will be put with each puzzle that goes out.