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Caramel Cube Puzzle
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Caramel Cube Puzzle

$ 11.99 CAD Canadian Flag

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Product Information

ObjectArrange the pieces inside the cube
DifficultyLevel 7 - Challenging
TypePacking Puzzles

Product Description

Warning! The packaging for this puzzle has japanese text with some english on it.

This is not real caramel but made to look like it. This sweet caramel will make you annoyed as you try to solve it. Caramel puzzle comes in white and red dice caramel boxes. One box contains caramel puzzle pieces and the other one contains a clear case. It seems easy enough to solve, just put all the pieces in clear case. It won't be once you try to solve it. No instructions included you will have to solve this one yourself.

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    On Sunday April 30th ;qx wrote,
here's a more helpful Product Description ... the Caramel Cube is a version of the Anti-Slide puzzle by Wil Strijbos. the objective is not simply to pack the pieces into the box, but to pack them in a way that they cannot move. this can be done fairly easily with all 15 pieces, and even easier with 14. there are also 3 possible solutions with 12 pieces, and 1 possible solution with 13 pieces (according to computer analysis by Bill Cutler).