A three-color metal marvel in brushed bronze, gold and gunmetal alloy, the EZ Galaxy puzzle looks out of this world. The goal is to take all four pieces apart and free the dark colored galaxy. Can you reunite them afterwards? Unlike other similar puzzles, the central sphere is attached to one of the pieces, so you’ll need a new approach in order to solve it. A gorgeous design by the American Doug Engel. From our selection of PuzzleMaster Metal Puzzles.
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Sunday May 3rd
Very beautiful but fairly easy as most reviews have already explained. Great introduction to new puzzlers.
Tuesday November 18th
Visually, this is a very nice piece. The level of difficulty is a bit high on the box, I would consider this one a 3 since it took me less than a minute to take apart and put back together. It's still a nice decoration on my desk tho ;)
Sunday May 18th
The easiest of the three EZ puzzles, although the design is a bit complicated. But I guess I pay too much attention to some details. I wonder if I give it to someone not that into puzzle, will they solve it that quickly.
Wednesday January 15th
This puzzle is very artistic, scientifically inspired and similar in theme to the EZ Atom. The metal pieces are decent quality, having only minor plating issues and they fit together well. The difficulty level of this puzzle should ranked as 5 rather than 8 as it was very easy to take apart and reassemble, taking less than a minute to disassemble. Lastly, unlike the EZ Atom no force is required.