Brain teaser puzzles are a fun was to keep yourself occupied and your brain active! Our selection of brain teasers, mazes and trick boxes and more - are all different and make great gifts or stocking stuffers.
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The "nuts and bolts" appearance of the Hanayama Level 6 Cast Puzzle - Nutcase may lull you into believing this to be a straightforward puzzle, but it is a total brain drain. Inventor Oskar v ... Read More »
The Stomachion is perhaps the world's oldest puzzle and it is very difficult to solve. It is attributed to Archimedes of Greece (287 BC - 212 BC). The 14 acrylic precision cut pieces ,1/4" th ... Read More »
The object of this puzzle is to place 7 pennies (included) on the board in 7 different circles. The rules are simple: You must start each penny on a VACANT circle and move it along a connecting line t ... Read More »
There is a plexiglass panel behind which is some folded cash. You can see, but can you get it? Uses a classic puzzle technique to release a locking mechanism which will allow the panel to be open ... Read More »
Hanayama Level 3 Cast Puzzle - Seahorse. The Seahorse is one of the most unusual of ocean finds. Now, thanks to inventor Akio Yamamoto, two of these captivating creatures have gotten themselves tangle ... Read More »
Your goal is to fit all 8 log segments into the box. It comes unsolved, with the last piece in the storage compartment built into the box. The storage compartment is a great feature as it provides a p ... Read More »
Love brainteasers or know someone who does? Now you can give a give with a cryptex puzzle, like the one from "The Da Vinci Code," but large enough to hold items like small gifts, cash and gi ... Read More »
There are 17 pieces with 3 different shapes. Your assignment is to pack them into a perfect cube that will fit within the base and cover of the box. Only master packers will be able to solve this one. ... Read More »
This puzzle is versatile and interesting with appeal for all ages. Comes in a variety of sizes. Develops the spatial part of the brain in a very entertaining way. The 7 pieces will make a cube 240 dif ... Read More »
This puzzle, utilizing equipment used in the sport of cricket, can be traced back to a puzzle patented in England back in 1898. The world's only remaining original version of this puzzle is part of th ... Read More »
The World Puzzle Designers' Forum, held in August 2000 in Los Angeles was where I first met my close friend Oskar. This puzzle is based on a disc based puzzle that he showed me at that time. Battling ... Read More »
This puzzle stands for the tight bond holding together the hearts of lovers the world over. The first step is to free the gold and silver hearts from the chain. Once complete, you have to try your bes ... Read More »
The Cast Key is one of the long selling puzzles among Hanayama's Cast Puzzle series. We have created a new version of this puzzle emphasizing style and precision, as PART II. Designed by Otake & Wong. ... Read More »
Two ancient looking medals engraved with a flowing river and a swimming salmon. Will you be able to retrieve the ring the salmon holds in its mouth? This puzzle was designed by British puzzle creator, ... Read More »
Jerry Slocum has one of the world's largest puzzle collections. Housed and honored in a museum in Beverly Hills, his collection includes over twenty thousand different types of puzzles. It was the ... Read More »
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