Although this may appear to be the classic Tower of Hanoi, Jean-Claude Constantin has raised the order of the puzzle - more pieces means that the puzzle is more difficult. To solve the puzzle, move all of the disks from the central peg to a side peg without putting a larger disk on top of a smaller one.
Made in several attractive woods by Jean-Claude Constantin. Jean-Claude Constantin lives in Germany, where he designs and manufactures many different wood and metal puzzles, as well as magic tricks and other intellectual toys and games.
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On Thursday January 4thSwyrm wrote,
A classical mechanical puzzle which is not very difficult because of the lack of possible moves: with trying every of them it is easy too conclude which is the good sequence (the one that doesn't lead directly to a dead end) and then to understand the pattern which allows to solve it with any number of pieces.
The look is nice but not as appealing as many other mysterious mechanical puzzles as trick boxes or locks.