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Rubik's Cube

The bestselling puzzle of all time. This 3-by-3-by-3-inch cube with rotating faces is made up of nine squares that can be scrambled into 43 quintillion combinations. An icon of the '80s, eveyone should own a Rubik's Cube.
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Beetle Bug

Remove the shuttle
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Lions Lair

Remove the ring
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Black Widow

Remove the string
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Cast Heart

Remove the silver heart from the chain.
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Cast Enigma

Remove all three pieces and then put them back together again.
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Double Bypass

Remove the heart shape.
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4x4x4 Master Cube

This variation of the Rubik's Cube has 4x4x4 cubes on each side and is much harder the the familiar 3x3x3 cube.
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Soma Cube

There are 240 different ways to make a cube, but only four in the checkerboard design.
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Pyrra

Shaped in a pyramid, Pyrra is made of maple and walnut hardwoods for beauty and complexity. The challenge is to build the pyramid in various color design patterns. Many other geometric and free-form creations can also be made.
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13 Log Stacker

Can you get all 13 logs into the box and close the lid?
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Ring Parlor Puzzle

Remove the rings without using a hacksaw.
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Hook Parlor Puzzle

Remove the hooks without using a hacksaw.
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Claw Parlor Puzzle

Remove the claws without using a hacksaw.
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Combination Lock

Spin the combination wheels to unlock this wooden puzzle.
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Gear-o-Ball

A smooth moving geared puzzle ball that will keep you working for hours.
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Jacobs Revenge

It may look like spin the bottle, but the challenge is quite different. Your objective is to get the wooden ball past the obstruction and into the neck of the bottle. Breaking the bottle doesn't count!
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Cast Cricket

Remove the start from the cage and then put it back.
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Nautilus Cube

A unique rotation puzzle, similar to a Rubik's cube, but with a radically different shape.
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Curly Cube

Three interlocking aluminum pieces form a cube. Can you take them apart and get them back together?
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Internal Combustion

Can you remove the pistons from this cleverly designed chamber? A steady hand and strong memory of prior moves is needed to maneuver them and discover the correct sequence for release.
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Pyraminx

A pyramid shape made up of 4 equilateral triangles, each chopped into 9 rotating segments. This puzzle is not quite as hard as the Rubik's Cube, but it is still equally as entertaining.
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Mefferts Puzzles

Double-W

The perfect desktop paperweight for the chronic doodler. Made of curved stainless steel, these identically formed clips are near to impossible to separate.
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Wild Dog

Assemble the 3 pieces together
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Mouse Trap

Remove the ball from inside the block
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DNA

Position the wooden cubes so that each side has all 4 colors.
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Cast Amour

Remove the loops from the plate.
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Heart Lock

Open the lock
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Hercules

Place all the identical pieces back in tray
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Cast Medal

Remove the ring
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Cast Seabream

Disassemble and reassemble the pieces
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Rubik's Mini-Cube

Looks simple, but it aint.
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Cast O'Gear

Remove the gear from the box.
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H is for Help

The object of this wickedly deceptive wood and brass puzzle is to remove the "H" shaped piece from the surrounding box frame.
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Pegged For Trouble

Can you arrange the pegs on the base in the right patterns so that the disk will fit over them? There are many combinations to this wooden puzzle, but only one solution.
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Pack it In

Seems too simple, but this ingenious little cube will drive you absolutely bonkers. Can you put the small cube into the box so it doesn't pop out? Stump anyone who thinks they know it all.
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Bottled Frustration

Free the marble from its bottled captivity. Once you know what has to be done, the trick is doing it and then undoing it!
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A Drop in the Bucket

Using the small wooden sticks, try to balance the bucket containing the metal ball from the platform, but don't let the bucket touch the pedestal! You just might defy the laws of gravity.
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Stilletto

Can you nail down the solutions to the tricky Stiletto puzzle by getting the washer all the way on the nail? The laws of physics plus a little clever manipulation should help you hit the nail on the head.
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The Lighthouse

Not only does the lighthouse's light go around and around... What rotates and what does not is a key to this shiny brass frustration!
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Patience Is The Key

The object of this puzzle is to remove the key!
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Sputnik

How do you release the brass cube from the aluminum cage that surrounds it? Don't fly into orbit over this one.
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Window Pain

Remove the beaded cord from the wooden contraption.
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