The most popular in this category being the Hanayama metal puzzles in various difficulties, these metal and wire brainteasers are sure to be a hit for the puzzle enthusiast that enjoys a different kind of puzzle challenge.
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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 cube, designed by Oskar, a Dutch man, is a maze through which a loop is interwoven. The position of the piece trapped inside can be changed by it being moved in a unique way. However, the dilemma ... 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 »
At the end of the 19th century, Britain experienced a huge puzzle craze. I managed to pick a number of the puzzles famous during that period in flea markets, despite their rarity. Based on a puzzle th ... Read More »
Two keys appear to be permanently linked and, no matter how you look at it, there is seemingly no solution to unlocking them. However, as a highly popular puzzle since its creation during the 19th cen ... Read More »
Puzzle expert Akio Yamamoto brought us this Hanayama Level 5 Cast Puzzle - Amour masterpiece by joining two separate yet linked loops to create this challenge. Remove "Adam" and "Eve" from the metal p ... Read More »
With the Hanayama Level 6 Cast Puzzle - Elk, the antlers are the key to unlocking the mystery of this 19th century British conundrum. It was discovered in Britain by Nob Yoshigahara, who brought it ac ... 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 »
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 a ... 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 »
Hanayama Level 5 Cast Puzzle - Vortex. The three pieces of this challenging puzzle each have a spiral body. When assembled, the pieces form a unified flat object. In order to undo this complex entangl ... Read More »
Disassemble and Reassemble the two Puzzle parts,that is the objective of this singular metal puzzle. A word from the designer: "I came up with the idea for this puzzle when I was 19 years old. ... Read More »
This puzzle, created and patented by a certain John R. Lynn, garnered a lot of attention in America back in 1898. Using gates similar to those used in the Cast Puzzle, A.B.C, this one has the same kin ... Read More »
This brass puzzle was first introduced to me by Prague's own Professor Bakalar. I borrowed it in Atlanta and returned it to him in Luxembourg half a year later. While in my possession, I managed to re ... Read More »
In the summer of 1997, I saw two mackerels that had somehow managed to get into the sardine tank at the aquarium. Watching these two fish unable to blend in with the shoal of sardines made me wonder i ... Read More »
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