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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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 »
This is a bi - level maze that is specially sized to hold gift cards, credit cards, or phone cards. Simply place the gift in the amazing card maze, close the box, and present it. Then the fun begins!I ... 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 »
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. Battl ... 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 »
An unusual puzzle looking like an old west revolver. The first thing you must do is figure out how to take it apart... not too hard in this case, but it is held firmly together so once assembled the p ... Read More »
Hanayama Level 5 Cast Puzzle - Equa. This sphere - shaped puzzle represents a planet and its surrounding ring. Positioned snugly inside the ring, the planet looks as if it cannot be removed. It may ap ... Read More »
The five brightly - polished points of this starfish in the Hanayama Level 2 Cast Puzzle look like unlikely escape routes for the attached ring. Akio Yamamoto of Japan designed this marine mystery. An ... Read More »
A Creative Crafthouse original design - This wooden bottle puzzle will securely "lock" a beer bottle into place such that it cannot be opened until you solve the puzzle. Its quite a tri ... Read More »
After completion of this puzzle by Dutch designer, Oskar, the words 'key' and 'ring' should be properly lined up with each other. This is vital. If you try to put the pieces back together without lini ... Read More »
This level 4 puzzle has such a beautiful shape that it could easily be mistaken for a piece of jewelry. Its surface features extremely unusual cuts; actually, this marble is a puzzle that can be broke ... Read More »
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 »
It will take historic strength to solve this one! The Hercules Cube wooden burr puzzle is a challenging brain teaser that is very nicely made with a tough degree of difficulty to solve. Featuring 33 p ... Read More »
Guide your coin through 50 twists and turns in this Jackpot Money Ball puzzle. Weave, roll, and jump your coil through winding paths and obstacles - one slip and your coil falls into the locked coin c ... Read More »
Great little simple that looks simple... but of course, its NOT! There is a maze built within the box, you must get the marble through the maze and out the exit hole. Good value and fun for all ages 8 ... Read More »
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