Object: Mix up the cube and put it back to the start. Mini Feliks Pillow is one of four unique Mini Mefferts Keychains. They rotate in the same smoothness as their bigger parents and are beautifully packaged in a full transparent blister. Once you have mixed up the puzzle, can you get a solid color on each face again? A perfect pocket-sized brain building activity. How to play: 1. Hold the puzzle with both hands and twist in opposite directions. 2. As you twist, the colors on multiple sides will change. 3. Solve by creating a solid color on all six sides. A Genuine Meffert's Product! Uwe Meffert started designing rotational puzzles in 1970 with the invention of the Pyraminx. Since then, he has created over 100 styles of ratational puzzles that are distributed worldwide. Uwe is a leading designer in the puzzle community and delights in finding intruguing new ways to puzzle his fans.
Object: Take apart and put back together Made of sturdy anodized metal, the Fortress Puzzle will disassemble into three separate pieces and a small ball. The objective is to take it apart and free the ball and then put it back together again. A perfectly "fortified" pocket-sized puzzle that will give you a challenge. This puzzle was made in 2015 designed by Mr. Gong.
Hanayama cast puzzles are the world's finest brain teasers. Our high-quality, cast metal puzzles come in six challenging, Mensa-rated levels of difficulty.These Level 4 puzzles are considered a challenge by most puzzlers. Hanayama puzzles are recommended for ages 12 and up.
Object: Take apart and reassemble the pieces. Made of sturdy blue anodized metal, the Lattice Puzzle is made up of 8 interlocking pieces. This brawny puzzle is surely a handful, quite literally of course, but also to solve. If you are clever enough to disassemble this unique puzzle, the real challenge begins when you must put it back together! Original design by Jerry Loo and part of the Puzzle Master metal collection. (#1, Fortress, Phantom, Quad L, Triad, Trick Lock #7, Victory and Supernova)
Object: Separate the two pieces and reassemble. Note: Our level rating system is different than Hanayama's. Hanayama's level 1 is equivalent to our level 5.... level 6 is equivalent to our level 10. This puzzle has a Hanayama rating of 6 out of 6. The latest addition in the Hanayama series! The stylish design of the matching interlocking pieces of the Cast Rotor display like an emblem. The uniquely cut pieces, along with the fact that there are numerous solutions, make this a difficult puzzle. Designed by Hong Kong designer Kyoo Wong.
Object: Take apart and put it back together This puzzle is created from two each of two types of pieces. With a scrupulously calculated design and tricky movement of the pieces, this will not be an easy puzzle to solve. Designed by Korean designer JinHoo Ahn.
Object: Take apart and reassemble the pieces. Made of sturdy purple anodized metal, the Slideways Puzzle will disassemble into three simple, identical pieces. When combined, they form a three dimensional symmetrical cross shape. A classic puzzle which is perfect for fledgling puzzle lover or for the collector. Once discovered, the solution is a satifyingly addictive movement that will have you playing it again and again. Original design by Ray Stanton and part of the Puzzle Master metal collection. (#1, Fortress, Phantom, Quad L, Triad, Trick Lock #7, Victory and Supernova)
Object: Take apart and reassemble the pieces. Made of sturdy green anodized metal, the Victory Puzzle will disassemble into four separate pieces. Each piece has protrustions which make them tricky to maneuver. The objective is to take it apart and then figure out how to put it back together again. A lovely and weighty puzzle which feels good in the hands! Part of the Puzzle Master metal collection. (#1, Fortress, Phantom, Quad L, Triad, Trick Lock #7, and Supernova)