|Object||Take the pieces out and put back together|
|Difficulty||Level 8 - Demanding|
|Types||Mineyuki Uyematsu, Hanayama Metal Puzzles|
|Dimensions||6.2 cm x 6.5 cm x 0.7 cm / 2.44 in x 2.56 in x 0.28 in|
Note: Our level rating system is different than Hanayama's. Hanayama's level 1 is equivalent to our level 5.... level 6 is equivalent to our level 10.
This puzzle is made up of a collection of hexagon shaped pieces, with three inside pieces and an outside frame. You slide them around inside the frame and rotate them to try to get them out of the frame. The pieces appear to have the same shape, but the exterior and interior are different.
The theme is "Tour".
Designed by Mineyuki Uyematsu
Disclaimer: These reviews are written by our customers. Puzzle Master makes every attempt to keep these posts informative and relevant. If you find a post objectionable or inappropriate, please let us know by sending an email to [email protected]
It takes a little logic and more patience to solve. 90% of the time I just twisted at random and everything worked out)) The puzzle is not bad, but without the "wow" effect. You can disassemble/assemble once.
I love it, partially because I was not only able to solve it, but did it enough times to say I've mastered it. What a delight! Just don't ask me how long it took. Ha. And I'm poor at solving most of Hanayama's puzzles.
Not fully fond of this one. It is not bad, the solution is decent and not easy, but I expected more of it.
I mostly agree with what Zach wrote, although I would add that a little thought while solving it will help speed the process. I rated it a little higher because it is something new and different. I would rate the difficulty lower by one.
This is the kind that you just fiddle around with until it falls apart. But I don't think most people will ever have an intuition for how to solve it quickly. Move stuff around, move it around some more, keep moving, oops been here before, move some more, 30m-1h later you'll solve it. So I'm giving it 3 stars because there's not some kind of aha! moment, hidden secret, or clever observation required to it. Just patience.