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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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! ... 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 »
We are often asked, "What is the most difficult puzzle?" Well, you've found what is probably the ultimate challenge for those who like their puzzles tough! This puzzle has no pictures, i ... Read More »
This one may strike you out! A classic and challenging 12 piece puzzle. Pieces interlock and the ball will stay together when assembled. Part of the initial challenge is figuring out how to take it ap ... 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 »
Created by Serhiy Grabarchuk, a famous Ukrainian puzzler designer who lives in Uzhgorod, the original drawing of this Hanayama Level 4 Cast Puzzle - Coaster looked like a strange adornment weaved into ... Read More »
This Hanayama Level 4 Cast Puzzle - Ring, introduced to us by Nob Yoshigahara, is based on an original design called the "Puzzle Ring. Popular in 15th century Europe, it was actually used as an o ... Read More »
Can you open the Box? A fun magic box to put gifts of money or small jewelry inside. Watch the fun while they try to open! Will fit a gift card. Also a great desk or coffee table puzzle.
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This is an interesting all hardwood puzzle in an attractive format. It was designed by famous Dutch puzzle designer Niek Neuwahl in the 1990s. You are given a puzzle base with 5 pieces forming a ... Read More »
Perplexus Puzzle Ball Perplexus is a maze game where players must maneuver a small marble around challenging barriers inside a transparent sphere. Unlike traditional flat-surface mazes that are compos ... 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 »
Try to align the wheels such that each adjacent dot is the same color. The wheels will come out of the box and they must be put in exactly in the proper position (in addition to turning the wheels to ... Read More »
Crazy Cheese is both a puzzle and a brainteaser in the same slice of cheese! Beware...as simple as it appears, completing this puzzle without the solution key is a phenomenal feat of perseverance and ... Read More »
This colorful puzzle has 9 pieces (either L shaped or I shaped) that will fit within the base of the puzzle. The object is to insert them such that there are 5 different colors in each column and 5 di ... Read More »
This puzzle has 18 pieces, each one different, that make up this 6x6x6 burr. Quality is exceptional with bevels on square corners to give it a softer look and feel. Since the release of this puzzle th ... Read More »
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