Ice Puzzle 9
|Object||Put all the jigsaw pieces into the frame provided|
|Difficulty||Level 10 - Mind Boggling|
|Types||Yuu Asaka, Packing Puzzles|
|Dimensions||13.6 cm x 9.6 cm x 0.6 cm / 5.4 in x 3.8 in x 0.25 in|
The goal of this puzzled is to fit all 9 pieces into the tray provided. As with other of Yuu's puzzles, this quality plexi packing looks better than the picture can depict. Each piece is made from white acrylic and fits into the sturdy blue plastic base. Considered to be the most difficult of Yuu's packing puzzle designs, the solution may be demanding than you would expect.
Please note that acrylic colors may vary slightly.
Originally made and designed by Yuu Asaka, Puzzle Master has been granted permission for a limited time by the designer to produce some of his puzzle designs in Canada!
The tray measures: 13.6 cm x 9.6 cm x 0.6 cm / 5.4 in x 3.8 in x 0.25 in
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This took me around a week, to complete and probably around 2-3hrs elapsed time. It’s excellently designed with a very satisfying solution. It’s worth the hard graft! Stick with it! Although I eventually arrived at the solution through brute force trial and error, you might be able to arrive at the solution through a process if you really closely examine the shapes...
Incredible puzzle! Really satisfying solution. It took me little less than half an hour, but only because I am already familiar with Yuu’s puzzles. Marks from cutting are visible on the sides of the puzzle pieces, but no troubles with them getting stuck or breaking whatsoever.
This puzzle was the bane of my existence, but the satisfaction of completing it was well worth it! It really gave me an 'OH!' moment right at the very end and proves how out of the box Yuu Asaka's puzzles (and mind) can really be. Despite the hours figuring this little puzzle out and the frustration of it all, it was an incredibly satisfying puzzle to complete and in my opinion the hardest of Yuu Asaka's existing puzzles.