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Constantin Puzzles: Hidden Corridor

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Product Information

ObjectRelease the ball from the puzzle.
DifficultyLevel 9 - Gruelling
BrandRecent Toys
TypesMaze Puzzles, Jean Claude Constantin
Dimensions4.9 in x 4.9 in x 0.9 in / 12.5 cm x 12.5 cm x 2.3 cm
Packagingwooden box with plastic window

Product Description

Hidden Corridor: Slide your way out...

Move the horizontal and vertical sliders to open the hidden corridor, allowing you to release the ball from the puzzle.
Can you find the exit or be forever lost?
Comes in a black wooden crate-style display box.

The Puzzle Wanderer says this about the Hidden Corridor:

  • "Combination puzzles are THE most replayable category of puzzles, period."

Part of the Constantin Puzzles series.  Jean Claude Constantin is unquestionably one of the most prolific puzzle inventors of the past 30 years.  His unique and diverse puzzle creations are renowned for their beautiful designs and challenging solutions.

IQ Focus: Spatial Reasoning, Logic, Strategy
Inventor: Jean Claude Constantin
Brand: Recent Toys
Ages: 14+

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    On Saturday August 21st Phillip Burley wrote,
This is one hard puzzle! I think it takes about 300 moves, if you don't make a mistake. I have to admit to resorting to a youtube video and tediously logging the moves on a spreadsheet!
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    On Friday August 7th Jonathan wrote,
Awesome puzzle ! It may look tricky at first, but once you understand the functioning, it is really amuzing to work with. The pieces slide easily, the construct is simple yet beautiful.