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The Skull (aka - Cranium)
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The Skull (aka - Cranium)

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ObjectTake apart and reassemble the metal pieces.
DifficultyLevel 10 - Mind Boggling
BrandPuzzle Master
TypesPuzzle Master Metal Puzzles, Jerry Loo
Dimensions2.75 in x 2.4 in x 2in / 7cm x 6 cm x 5.1 cm
PackagingCardboard Box

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The Skull is a difficult sequential assembly/disassembly puzzle whose final form is a grim visage! The metal pieces must be analyzed and constructed in a very distinct order to realize the final form. When you have successfully taken it apart and reassembled it, there is a 3 unit locking piece that goes right through and into the top of the skull. An enthralling design with a HEFTY composition, this puzzle is also impressive on display!

Consisting of 67 pieces it will take 116 moves to solve and is a puzzlers dream.  This is a puzzle that everyone will want in their collection!

Original design by Jerry Loo, who also designed the Dirty Dozen & Lattice puzzles (from our last Kickstarter campaign)
Part of the Puzzle Master Metal Collection.
Material: Stainless Steel

After successfully producing his first stainless steel burr-style interlocking puzzle the Dirty Dozen, designer Jerry Loo wanted to try out another interlocking design in metal. Getting his inspiration from the stunning puzzle sculptures of Miguel Berrocal, he designed a 3D skull using Burr Tools. Fabricating the metal pieces proved to be a challenge, which resulted in several revisions to his initial design. The final result is this stunning puzzle treasure!

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    On Friday January 20th dbschlag wrote,
This puzzle is extremely satisfying. I'm surprised at the lack of reviews, so here goes my first review. My approach was to disassemble it partially and then reassemble it. I did this repeatedly, going a little further each time. After I got to complete disassembly, I then started scrambling the pieces instead of keeping them arranged. This made it even more enjoyable. I have over 40 Hanayama puzzles and quite a few others, but this one is my favorite.
    On Saturday March 26th Tyler wrote,
Wonderful puzzle! It has some weight to it, and is visually satisfying in its solved form. As for solving it, it's as difficult as you want to make it. If you attempt to take it all apart in one go the first time you get your hands on it, to you I say good luck getting it back together. If you take the time to understand the different "stages" then this puzzle is in fact quite manageable. 10/10 difficulty is a perfect assessment. Tackle it with strategy and patience. Happy puzzling!!
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