Difficulty: 4 / 4
Long ago, in the Arctic Fortress of Solitude an ancient astronaut concealed an artifact of crystals. Down through the centuries, forged under the pressure of the tectonic plates emerged Third Dimension. The magic crystals concentrated, acting as a lens to focus your brainwaves. Seventeen identical pieces and one key piece will require all your brainpower and dexterity to solve.
This deceptively difficult brain teaser features a 4¾” wood base and 15 pegs. Instructions Place a peg in all the holes but one Jump one peg over another peg, landing...
These classic metal and wood puzzles have been given a sleek and modern new look, making them the perfect fit for your desk. Objective of Octo: Disassemble the block, then...
Nifty puzzles fit neatly into slide-open matchboxes, providing pocket-sized fun! Objective of Swoosh: Take the wooden ball apart, then piece it back together.