Cast Bike – Discover how to separate these two interlocking pieces and then try to reassemble them! Using a principle similar to those used in the ABC Cast Puzzle, this one has the same kind of labyrinth-like flow. The key word is ‘paths’.
The Key – Two keys appear to be permanently linked and, no matter how you look at it, there is seemingly no solution to unlocking them. However, as a highly popular puzzle since its creation during the 19th century puzzle craze, the keys are in fact separable.
Amour – The key word for this puzzle is ‘Love’. The two separate, linked loops make this puzzle extremely challenging. The objective is to remove the masterfully united ‘Adam’ and ‘Eve’ loops from the metal plate crafted in the shape of the ‘Forbidden Fruit’, and if you succeed in putting them back together again, your love may just come to fruition!
Cast Dolce – Dolce consists of a Male and a Female. Object is to separate the two pieces and then rejoin. There are several strategically placed slits in both pieces which allow them to be disentangled.
This is a really fascinating disentanglement brainteaser. You may find yourself totally immersed into how best separate the two halves. Separating the two pieces requires skill and patience. Once you have succeeded, can you return the puzzle back to its original state?
Cast Chain – The three pieces can be separated and then joined again in their original form. What’s special about this puzzle is that it can be solved three different ways, depending on which of the three pieces is chosen as the middle piece.
Solving this puzzle requires an especially subtle kind of working of the pieces, the kind that often leaves the victim struggling in frustration. Keeping in mind its chainlike behavior and using your feeling to your advantage is the best way to attack this. The key word is ‘chain.’
Cast Violin – Challenge your problem-solving skills with ”Violin,” a beautiful cast metal puzzle. Can you separate the interlocked violin and bow shapes that make up this complex puzzle? And once you’ve taken the puzzle apart, can you meet the second challenge and put it together again? Makes a great gift or party game – just make sure you order one for yourself.
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