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Tower of Babel - Puzzle Master

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Product Information

ObjectDisassemble and Reassemble the Puzzle
DifficultyLevel 10 - Mind Boggling
BrandPuzzle Master
TypePuzzle Master Wood Puzzles
Dimensions5 in x 3 1/8 in x 3 1/8 in / 12.7 cm x 8 cm x 8 cm
PackagingCardboard and Plastic Box

Product Description

The object of this puzzle is to build the tower using the pieces given.  It seems easy enough but you will see that its not.  The pieces have notches in different places on them so that you have to get the right piece in the right spot. 

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2 Reviews

Disclaimer: These reviews are written by our customers. Puzzle Master makes every attempt to keep these posts informative and relevant. If you find a post objectionable or inappropriate, please let us know by sending an email to [email protected]

    On Monday August 3rd Shaggy wrote,
I am happy that I solved this puzzle easily. Either I am getting good at realizing what I am doing, or this one is indeed lower level of difficulty. Either way, it is fun, requires some good eye and a little logic.
    On Saturday December 27th Robin wrote,
The quality of the pieces is well made. Mine came with 6 black, 7 orange, and 5 wood coloured pieces but I'm not sure if there was supposed to be 6 of each (it is still solvable, but aesthetically it isn't visually balanced with odd numbers). It is really easy to solve if you take the top cap and central pole off first, before you start stacking. When I looked at the included solution sheet, I then realized that you're supposed to solve it with the top cap and central pole already in place (that should have been made clear on the box without giving away the answer). Either way, I don't think that the difficulty is worth a 10. Still, it looks nice.