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Globall - Rotational Puzzle

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Product Information

ObjectMix up the pieces and put them back to the start
DifficultyLevel 9 - Gruelling
BrandHryahlavolamy
TypeOther Rotational Puzzles
Dimensions2 in x 2 in x 2 in / 5 cm x 5 cm x 5 cm

Product Description

The Globall is made with high quality plastic. The object of this puzzle is to scramble up all of the colors and then return it back to its original starting position. Although this puzzle has 12 rotating axes, there are only 6 different colors, which can make it quite difficult to solve. This puzzle is unique because any piece can be interchanged with any other piece, as they are all the same shape. The Globall is manufactured by Hryahlavolamy.

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    On Thursday June 2nd   Justin Kent wrote,
This puzzle is small, but packs a big punch. It'll challenge you plenty, and looks great both solved and scrambled. Because of it's size, this is a perfect puzzle to carry around with you.
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    On Sunday January 9th   Nicholas Bodley wrote,
I haven't yet seen more than your images of this; it looks like Alexander's Star, which, in its original all-plastic form, was not a practical mechanism. I have high hopes for this one, though! Btw, I love your "captcha" design.