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And several new items below! Dave Janelle of Creative Crafthouse sent me a nice selection of the great puzzles they stock: Eight complex pieces and 2 balls locking things up inside. It is difficult for me to imagine anyone solving this without use of the provided instructions. A nice design that yields to logical thinking. The Dragon Burr - a burr having 18 unique pieces. Rated as one of their most difficult puzzles. This was originally designed by Maurice Vigouroux in and called simply " The 18 Piece.

I got the easy level right away, but I am still working on the next two!

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The Count Your Blessings Cube - six interlocking pieces. The pieces occur in three mirrored pairs. The Giant Puzzle Some info from Dave: We found a picture of the old puzzle in Slocum and Botermans book, "New Book of Puzzles" and were fascinated by it.

The object is to arrange all the pieces in the base such that there is no color repeated on any row, column, or any diagonal. Also, no number can be repeated on any row, column or any diagonal. Also, each row, column and major diagonal must add to You might try to tackle each of the requirements separately before you take on the full challenge of making them all happen at once! Had a great time, as always, and came back with some interesting items: It looks innocent enough, but judging by the internals, it is not your typical piece burr!

It is made from Walnut, by Jerry McFarland. Eureka is carrying a new line of nail disentanglement puzzles by Rick Irby. David recommended the Dig It! It is designed by Alex Polonsky. There are 50 challenges in four increasing levels of difficulty.

In each, you must move a set of pieces in succession until a "bone" piece is fully revealed. Sliding, jumping, and rotation of pieces are allowed, but only one piece at a time. Puzzle Australia produced one. I found another dissected die - it seems fairly old - it comes in a purple box and has nine red pieces with white pips: I am unsure of the provenance - there are no markings on the box or pieces.

The box is 1. There should be at least 21 pips, but there are only 20 - so evidently one is missing. The pieces are not the same as the Wolff Spots Puzzle described in Hoffmann. Several new twisty puzzles are on the way: It is an order-2 vertex-turning dodecahedron, designed by Eric and 3D printed by Shapeways.

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There is an online video review of this puzzle on YouTube. I received a black Mini Rhombiminx. This is an order-3 vertex-turning rhombic dodecahedron, built around a 2x2x2 using custom parts. The first Rhombiminx was built around a cut-down 4x4x4. Every 4-part vertex turns, and there are 3 mutually perpendicular cuts through each square cross-section i. It is larger than the white Mini-mini Rhombiminx I got a while ago, which is built around a mini-Eastsheen 2x2x2.

Here is a group shot with various Rhombic Dodecahedra twisty puzzles. The black Mini-Rhombiminx is in the center. The rods are made from exotic woods, including: Purpleheart, Bloodwood, Redheart, Bubinga, and Lacewood. They are held together by magnetic tips and chrome balls. Here is a Lanlan 4x4x4 Rhombic Dodecahedron: The tetrahedron and the cube are both made from a translucent plastic painted pearly white, with raised designs on the faces that have been highlighted in various pastel shades.

They are very pretty, and each is fairly small though surprisingly hefty. Each contains a unique RFID tag! I really like both of these. The Lanlan version is nicely made and turns very well. I also really like the Crazy Megaminx Saturn. The fit and turning on the copy I got are very good, and I like the stickerless design and brightly colored plastic. Purchased at the HK Now Store. Equivalent to Gelatinbrain 4. First shown by David Calzone back in Congrats to Eitan for making this available!

The design moves well, is stable, and is a nice size.

The puzzle came very nicely stickered. In comparison with other octahedral twisty puzzles: From top to bottom, left to right: I still would like to find: Starting off the year with a Popplock T3 puzzle lock may be available from Puzzlemaster. This is the order-1 face-turning dodecahedron.

It has six cuts, all of which pass through the center of the puzzle, midway between pairs of opposing faces, and are great circles on the circumscribed sphere. Each divides the puzzle into two halves. It is an engineering design masterpiece and employs a sophisticated "shells" mechanism.

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In a shells mechanism, the pieces of an inner shell hold in the pieces of the next shell out. For example, the Pyraminx Crystal has two shells - an inner Megaminx and the outer Crystal. The faces of the inner Megaminx hold in inner edges, which in turn hold in the outer Crystal corners, which hold in the outer Crystal edges. The Pentultimate is 25mm 1" on an edge, and is the same size as a QJ 3x3x3 dodecahedron.

The design explores the limits of economical miniaturization within the 3D printing process, yet the puzzle is not fragile and is quite comfortable to hold and manipulate. It was announced on the TP Forums here. You can see an image of the complicated internal mechanism in that thread. Happy Holidays to all! My selection this year included boxes by Kamei, Iwahara, Miyamoto, and Tuburai.

Can you tell which is which? So far I have opened the second one shown. Jinxed; another piece Mr. The Hedgehog Puzzle has an interesting history in the Czech Republic.

Brett paid a visit on the 5th and traded some puzzles with me