A puzzle that interlocks each piece with the two other pieces via an elusive, organic design. There are numerous possible combinations other than the ones shown here, giving you plenty of room to enjoy some puzzling experimentation.
Designed by Hong Kong designer Kyoo Wong.
Fortunately, you will not need to look at Galileo's theories and Halley's studies of Earth and Comet movement. We will ask for something that is also difficult but much more fun, at least for those who do not study physics.
Re-assemble and re-assemble the two puzzles.
Kepler was a German mathematician, astronomer and writer who has been in history as the "Law Enemy of Heaven" with his three laws of the same name for the solar system.
Can you disassemble Kepler's "planetary" jigsaw puzzle and rebuild it again?
Aristotle is undoubtedly the philosopher and scientist with the greatest influence in the history of philosophy and science. His theories, sometimes simple and sometimes quite complex, covered almost all aspects of the creativity of the human spirit. We thought that such a puzzling puzzle would fit ..
Inspired by the Chinese myth of Luban's patron saint of construction for the Chinese people, it is the perfect puzzle to develop flexible fingers but also a flexible mind. According to the legend, Luban wishing to test his son's intelligence made a puzzle using the traditional principles of carpentr..
The Pagoda Tower is one of the most important forms of construction in Chinese architecture. Originally it was designed to preserve the remains of Saints, but also important theological manuscripts. Professor Puzzle's tower consists of seven rotating levels, each with six balls of different colors. ..
The myth surrounding Tangram's discovery states that a craftsman who has been asked to make a window for the Emperor's Palace has applied the glass over the best quality of silk. When he arrived at the palace he found that his construction had been broken, but he found that the glass had been cut in..
China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huang, to keep his tomb intact, and his secrets, had made an impenetrable and deadly security system with the use of arches, venomous ditches, and elaborate padlocks to trap anyone who was going to disturb his tranquility . The wooden pad you have to solve is not deadl..
Inspired by the dragon's queue, which is particularly widespread in Chinese culture, the wooden puzzle consists of 27 wooden square beads. The aim of the puzzle is to unravel the tail and be able to rejoin it again by rebuilding the cube.
The Tower of Hanoi has its roots in the Far East, where myth wants Brahmanian priests to try to solve the puzzle according to the hints of ancient prophecy. By placing the last piece (according to prophecy) the world will end! Inventor of the modern form of the puzzle is the French mathematician Edo..
The puzzle is called infinity not only because of its design (it looks like the infinite mark) but because its movement continues indefinitely until its pieces are separated. Its solution will keep you busy for hours, though it's seemingly simple!
The really strong "bonds" have always been difficult to create, but once formed they are eternal and very difficult to break.
The original version of the puzzle was created by the inventor with this picture in mind, but he took the final form into an amazing and particularly difficult Cast Puzzle t..
There are two goals in Nutcase that is a creation of the Dutch inventor Oskar:
1. Remove the small nut by disassembling the puzzle.
2. Those who love the puzzle can try to change the layout of the words on the screw from "nut-case" to "case-nut"
The key word is "Interlock".
The three pieces of the puzzle consist of a spiral body and deliberate protrusions. When the pieces are joined the puzzle looks like a single flat object. But to separate them you have to think and move in 3D. The puzzler has been inspired by the statue of Asura, the Indian goddess of Buddhist prote..
The theme of this puzzle created by Oskar is a planetary model, but unlike the planet Saturn, the rings that have trapped the planet. The planet placed tight inside the strange rings looks as if it can not be removed, and all it can do is to rotate around its axis. Is not that exactly the case?
The grooves engraved on the two rotating bases have the shape of the logarithmic spiral and are always crossed at right angles by forming a square hole in their intersection. The objective of this puzzle is to remove the helix ring that passes through the holes.
The inspiration of this puzzle comes..
The creator of the NOB puzzle writes: "The idea of this puzzle came to me when I was 19 years old. Unfortunately, telling everything about his construction would betray his solution and certainly disappoint the friends of the puzzles that are waiting for desperately difficult puzzles from me is the ..
The original design by Eldon Vaughn is patented in America in 1975 and is one of the most difficult jigsaws ever designed. Cast Enigma is a new and patented version that naturally retains the difficulty of the original.
The key word is "Twist". Do not use too much force, the three turbine bits are ..
There is a whole world of craftsmanship and inventiveness wrapped in this masterpiece of Oskar. Its three parts can be separated and then reunified in their original form. The particular with this puzzle is that it can be solved in three different ways, whichever of the three tracks is chosen as the..
Radix is a puzzle known for both the appearance of a statue and the organic movement and style. It is a creation of Yamamoto while its name derives from the mathematical term "root axis". Radix emits an air of ancient wisdom while the pieces are joined to the base in a chaotic harmony.
The purpose ..
This puzzle consists of 4 pieces that combine to form a square and is a creation of the Finnish Timonen. In addition, each piece has a secret: Each time the assembly is changed during assembly, the solution also changes.
You have to think well before you take the solution to the enigma that this pu..