|Object||Take out the pieces and reassemble.|
|Difficulty||Level 7 - Challenging|
|Types||Alexander Magyarics, European Wood Puzzles|
|Dimensions||11.5 cm x 6.8 cm x 6 cm / 4.5 in x 2.7 in x 2.4 in|
Kevin Sadler wrote about Play-Girl 2:
“How can anyone resist yet another wonderful packing puzzle designed on a triangular grid by Alexander Magyarics? Play-girl 2 has been beautifully made with such supreme precision that the corners are sharp enough to break skin! The lovely diamond-shaped box, made from pink oak has identical, rather wide openings on each side which allow entry of the Wenge pieces but then must be left filled at the end. Working outside of the box reveals through simple logic how the pieces should be oriented – this process alone is quite a nice challenge and then there is the much harder problem of assembling inside the box. This has to be done by working out how to disassemble them through where the holes should be.
It's quite a dexterity puzzle as well as a logic problem as the triangular pieces want to spring apart in certain configurations. The disassembly sequence is a level 11.3.3 which is pretty tough to remember to do then in reverse. It took me 3 days and I loved every moment of it! It is also huge fun entering the puzzle into Burrtools as I am not used to working with the triangular grid but you should definitely do this for practice as I'm sure there will be more puzzles like this coming from Alexander and Pelikan.”
Material: Pink Oak / Wenge
Difficulty 17 Moves (11.3.3) The brackets indicate the breakdown of moves to free each piece sequentially.
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