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Dyscalculia Rotate and Slide Puzzle
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Dyscalculia Rotate and Slide Puzzle

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Product Information

ObjectArrange the clear tiles to show numbers 1 through 9.
DifficultyLevel 10 - Mind Boggling
BrandCore Mods
Types3D Printed Puzzles, Sliding Pieces Puzzles, Jared Petersen
Dimensions12 cm x 12 cm x 1.2 cm / 4.7 in x 4.7 in x 0.5 in
PackagingPlastic Bag

Product Description

Dyscalculia is a numerical translucent three layer slide puzzle with a twist. You can move the tiles in the traditional left, right, up, and down, and also push columns from above and below to intermix the three layers. But there's an additional move unique to this puzzle: the middle layer can be rotated. Once you've shuffled the puzzle, try to restore each numbered tile to its starting position.

Small pieces; not intended for children. Comes with a red plug and color-matched stand for display.
This item is partially 3D printed and handmade so expect minor imperfections.

Difficulty: Expert

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    On Monday November 22nd JohnnyDee62 wrote,
Insane but rational; like Rubik's Cube, the solution is mathematical, but the puzzle is diabolically cleaver and more difficult!. This puzzle includes clear tiles, each printed with numbers, that are free to move around the puzzle (similar to the old 8 piece sliding puzzle with 9 slots), but there are 3 layers (!) and the central layer rotates--the tiles may freely exchange up and down the layers. All pieces must be aligned in rotation and stacked 3 together in the same slot in order to show only one number in each window, and all the numbers must be in order (as in the simple slider puzzle). Mine arrived in the solved state but it's VERY EASY to scramble!