At first glance you'll find this 12 piece puzzle to be quite colorful. Don't let the plastic pieces fool you though, this is not an easy puzzle. Just to make it harder, if you have two puzzles, they combine to make another puzzle. Whatever happens you'll have a great time getting this puzzle together to form a cube.
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Friday April 10th
I am hoping that my review will give a unique perspective on this puzzle as I am blind but still love puzzles.
Since the description is a bit lacking:
-The core is a 3*3*3 cube with round holes into which the pieces snap.
-The pieces are Polyominoids of various shape and size most being of
size 4 or 5 and having one fold.
-The object is to completely cover the cube with the pieces, leaving
no visible holes or any overhang.
-The internal cube doubles as a storage box, but can only hold a few
pieces, which is sufficient since non-solutions with all but a few
pieces attached to the exterior of the cube are fairly easy to find.
Best I can tell, the intended extra puzzle with 2 idea cubes is to
cover a 2*3*3 and 4*3*3 cuboid as the storage box feature of the cube
separates 1 layer from the other two.