Friday, 18 December 2020

Quick teaser: C-Maze puzzle

 Quick teaser to announce you a new puzzle that should be released soon: the C-maze

Currently it's on a fundraising campaign, see HERE


 From my point of view, it looks a super interesting puzzle for several reasons:

-> it can be carried with you as it's not a super big puzzle

-> it looks challenging

-> you can change the pannels and create more and more difficult mazes, for hours and hours of fun !

Bid on the campaign to get your puzzle before everyone else !! :)

And there is also a website, see HERE

It still needs improvements, but should be up and runing soon.

Enjoy the rest of the year and stay safe !!

Thursday, 10 December 2020

My top 10 puzzles for 2020

2020 has been a bad year for many reasons but luckily the designers are still very mean for the puzzlers' mind and thus several nice puzzles have been released.

Of course I will only speak about puzzles that I have or have played with.

So I may disregard some very great puzzles, sorry !

It's always difficult to rank puzzles, so I will just put randomly the puzzles among my list.

The link of my reviews will be written as well as where to find the puzzles if these informations are available/ applicable.

I am aware that 2020 is not yet finished, but I do think that if you want to get yourself a nice present for X-mas or want something before the end of the year, then it's time to choose and that would be a pitty that I tell you at the very end of the year.


1/ Snow Block by Philip Black

The best 3D-printed puzzle so far and above all one of the best sequencial discovery puzzles!

1kg that will challenge you!

Definitely a must-have in any serious collection. 

My review of the puzzle: HERE

Availability: still available: HERE

 2/ Her Key To The Treasure Lock by Sashko

A very great lock with several steps and several solutions for a final goal: open the lock!

Sashko designed and crafted another brilliant lock: Titan lock. 

Don't miss any of these 2 great locks!

My review of the puzzle: HERE

Availability: still available: HERE



3/ Ugly4 by Bozo

A very challenging packing puzzle with a twist designed and crafted by Bozo.

My review of the puzzle: HERE

Availability: still available (don't forget to use the coupon code written in my review): HERE



 4/ Popplock T12 by Rainer Popp

A masterpiece by the famous lock designer: Rainer Popp. A heavy puzzle and a challenging one as well!

Availability: sold out

Not yet reviewed

5/ Packing 4P by MINE

A super clever packing puzzle with 2 challenges (one in both side of the puzzle). In both you have to put the 4 "P" pieces inside the frame.

Availability: I don't know

Not yet reviewed

6/ Legal Packing by MINE

Another brilliant packing puzzle. Very challenging! With a lot of satisfaying moves.

Availability: I don't know

Not yet reviewed

7/ Free Me 8 by Joseph Turner

A nice addition to the Free Me series, and this time this is a big box, with of course a coin (well 2 coins actually) to free. And many moves before during your puzzle journey.

Availability: sold out

Not yet reviewed

8/ Cast Love by Hanayama

A level 1/6 puzzle which is very beautiful and took me more time than expected. Among my favourite level 1 cast puzzle!

Availability: still available on puzzle webshops or games stores

My review of the puzzle: HERE

9/ 8cat by Bozo

Another brilliant puzzle from Bozo, but this one has more than only one challenge!

Availability: still available (don't forget to use the coupon code written in my post): HERE

Not yet reviewed, but quick post about it: HERE

10/ Puzzle boxes by Transylvany Art

Very beautiful puzzle boxes with several moves handmade in Europe. Several moves to open the box. Definitely a nice puzzle to have or to offer. A small compartment inside to put small things

My review: HERE

Availability: still available: HERE

Saturday, 14 November 2020

Quick teaser: 8cat

Bozo has come up with a new design !!


Bozo's new design is called 8cat: you have to put the 16 pieces inside the frame

You can buy the puzzle: HERE

And don't forget to use my coupon code for this puzzle to get a price reduction: 5DXM55NF5M9A 

I need to solve it first, but I can tell you that it will hold a devilish secret like the ugly4 jigsaw.

So if you like the previous one, then I am sure you will like this one as well !


Just as a reminder, Bozo still have ugly4 jigsaw to sell: HERE

See my review of it: HERE

The puzzle is still available and you can still use my coupon code to get a 10% discount: RPW7ZMDYF6XZ

Just for you to know how to use the coupon code: when you put the puzzle in your cart you then need to click on "check out" and then on the next page you can enter the discount coupon to get the reduction !

Thursday, 12 November 2020

To prepare yourself for winter, you can play with a snow block !

A new puzzle designer emerged and guess what he will puzzle you for some time!

His name: Philip Black

He designs and make 3D printed puzzles. But wait, these are not basic puzzles, these are sequencial discovery puzzles and are very cleverly made.

For this review I will speak about his Snow Block puzzle, which is a massive 915g of 3D printed elements, with a size of  175mm x 155mm x 75mm.

So yes it's a massive puzzle. Don't drop it on your feet!


Before seeing the puzzle you will have a look at a paper, in which some steps are written. And no, this is not the solution, but the steps to perform before playing with the puzzle in case things moved during the delivery, which is likely to happen. And then you can start playing with the puzzle.


At a first sight, the puzzles is well made, there are the letters "S" and "B", with also a play on words with "now lock". There is a "cross" hole, intriguing!

....and some arrow on some sides of the puzzle.... what I may be useful for? I know but I keep that for myself :)

As I mentioned to you, this is a SD puzzle, with many tools (and pretty weird ones!) that you will have to find and to use in a proper way.

No force is needed of any kind (so spining is not required nor useful) and no banging. This would damage the puzzle and won't be useful to solve the puzzle. You have to follow Philip's rules: no force and keep the puzzle flat on the table with the SB letter in front of you.

Personally I don't like to have to bang to solve a puzzle and so Philip's rules are perfectly fine for me :)

The puzzle is not straight forward and personally I did not find the tools in the proper order (as I should have), so at some point I was blocked and wonder what to do to make some progress. Trust me, there are several "ha-ah" moments in this puzzle journey !! The tools are used in a very clever way, no doubt the designer is a genius :)

And the puzzle makes sounds (no electronics inside though). Despite you cannot see the internals of the puzzle, you can still imagine a bit and find your way to make progress. And it's a rewarding puzzle: you get tools and you can see where they could be useful (that does not give you clues on how to precisely use them though).

I remained blocked for some time, then found a "tool" which teased me. I cannot reveal, because this was fun (for me) and telling you too much would spoil the fun as well. But it did not teased me for long and I finally solve the puzzle with a nice reward: a snowflake.

I love the puzzle. For me it embodies the perfect SD puzzle: good quality, tools and nice sequences of moves. The design is wonderful, Philip did a very very good job with this first puzzle.

Trust me, you won't be disappointed. I can only encourage you to buy it while it's possible (it's a limited edition puzzle) and trust me one more time, this will be on your top favourite puzzles in your collection.

That would be nice to have it made with metal, but I assume the price would be way too high and it would be super heavy, so I am very pleased with the current material used. It's not a fragile puzzle as long as you're not a brute (shall you be one, then you won't be a puzzle collector/player hahaha).


The conclusion in one word: Brilliant !

You can buy the puzzle on Philip's website: HERE



Friday, 30 October 2020

Spread the love with a cast puzzle !! can also spread love without puzzles :-)

As you may (or not) have understood from the title, this post will be about a Hanayama cast puzzle, a new one called Cast Love.

It's been designed by Scott Elliott, famous for several cast puzzles using nice sequences of moves.

This cast puzzle is a level 1, which is super easy on the Hanayama's difficulty scale. But don't get fooled by the rating: this is a more challenging puzzle than you may expect.

I now tend to be careful before judging a difficulty and I don't usually trust Hanayama's rating and I was sure that it would take me more than few seconds to solve it. Actually it took me way more than expected (not days however, and luckily for me !).

The quality is nice, the display as well: I really like that the 2 halves of the heart are disassembled. Personally, selling the puzzle assembled would ruin the puzzling fun !!

From the image of the packaging of the puzzle, you know how the puzzle should look like when it's solved. But that does not help much...

I am sure you will fiddle a bit trying again and again to solve the puzzle when suddently with a move you did not want to make intentionnaly you will finally solve the puzzle...unintentionnaly :)

The solving is very pleasant and normally you should remember quite well to solve the puzzle again and again (for the fun: with cast loop, I could not solve the puzzle immediately after solving it several times....I am bad I know lol)

I highly recommend the puzzle if you're a metal puzzle collector and if you like the cast puzzle series. It's a nice puzzle, great quality and a nice little challenge as well.

Maybe one of my favourite level 1 cast puzzles ! Honestly (yes, yes!) :)

Hurry up to buy it :)


Solution here!


Friday, 2 October 2020

A new devilish packing puzzle: finally solved !!!

 Some time ago I told you about a packing puzzle designed and made by Bozo.

See here: CLICK

And finally I solved it !!!!!!!

I won't show you the solved state as it would completely spoil you, but I can tell that the puzzle is very difficult. No doubt why the designer rates it with a 10/10, and I completely agree with that.

You will soon realize that it has some common points with the Yuu's packing puzzles, but I would even say that this one is more difficult. One of the reasons why is that some pieces can go with many pieces.

So you don't have only one piece that matches with only another one piece. This is not spoiling because you will clearly see that soon.

Ok so after some puzzling time I came to the picture below.

There were 4 ugly pices left (hence the name of the puzzle)

How the hell could they fit inside the tray ??!! 3 pieces could fit together and the remaing one...could not fit.

I really throught there were some mistakes in the crafting of the puzzle. Normally when you solve the puzzle (and see: each piece fit well in the tray, no harm was made to the pieces haha) you should not have this configuration at the end...

After some time spent on that weird situation I decide to contact the designer. Of course he laughed at my nose saying that many people spent hours and hours on that situation and he even explained that no trickery was involved. Fine, fine... then why it's not solved ??????

I suggest you to not look too carefully at my picture and get the same situation as me. I don't want to be the only one who was blocked for hours on it hahah :-)

Having confirmation from the designer that the puzzle is "solvable" (well...I am saved !) I decided to have another (well other tried is better) try at the puzzle. In fact I did not solve it in one go and it took me several attempts. The main reason why is because pieces can go with many pieces as I said before.

Guess what! I even got pressure from the designer to solve the puzzle!!! Sorry I am not a machine lol. 

But after several days I finally solved it !!!!

To be honest: until the almost end of my puzzling journey I thought I did not put the pieces correctly because it seemed that I could not put my remaining pieces....

My "ah-ha" moment came at the very end. And at that moment I really thought that the designer is a mean creature. This is not nice to design such a puzzle !!!!

 The very interesting point of the puzzle, which makes it unique, is that you can think you solved the puzzle until you got 4 pieces left which don't seem to fit inside the tray (or do they? will they?) and then you have to think again to come to the real solution, contrary to a "regular" jigsaw puzzle where normally when 2 pieces fit together you're on the right way. Here, not at all :-)

A maybe little bit too difficult (for my mind actually), but a fun puzzle that will challenge you to your limits. And I still like to get some challenges!

Definitely a nice addition to the special packing puzzle to own in your collection.

You can still buy the puzzle: HERE


Use a code to get 10% discount !!!   : RPW7ZMDYF6XZ



Thursday, 17 September 2020

A new devilish packing puzzle

You all know the famous packing puzzles by Yuu Asaka and why there are famous?

You all love them like me, right?

Then let me quickly introduce you with another packing puzzle made by Bozo (ok shortname of the designer but he seems that he liked to be called like that haha)

So far I have not solved the puzzle but I wanted to share a good news with you:

The puzzle can be bought here:

Use a code to get 10% discount !!!   : RPW7ZMDYF6XZ

Quick words about the puzzle:

-> very well made, with precise cut

-> I like the plexi used: it does not show your fingerprints on the pieces !

-> super difficult!!!

-> definitely a puzzle to buy !

You will see why the puzzle is special when you have 4 pieces left....I want to see your face at that point....You would not have wanted to see mine...



I need to think more! :)

Monday, 13 July 2020

Her Key To The Treasure

A new lock by the genius Sashko, designer and maker of the Titan Lock.

This time, it's still a lock to open and a new story:

Recently Titan found his previous treasure, but unfortunately his wife is still unable to find the key to her treasure. The last thing she remembers is that she put the key in her purse

So basically you have to open her purse, which is actually the lock :)

Same as before: no force, be gentle and everything should all be ok.

The lock is a bit bigger than the previous puzzle lock and has a nice shape. It's also a sequencial discovery puzzle that will puzzling you!

Ok so what do you have? Only a key? Ok so the key, something you can insert it, fully or not, sometimes not....What's going on??
Turning does not do anything...

I had a good idea (which appears latter that it's part of the solution, but still there are several official solution to open, some are nicer than others), but I did not know it was a great idea hahaha....I just try things. When you're blocked and puzzled, that is just the only thing you can do !

After a bit of time I opened the lock and found the key to her treasure ! A nice little key...hope Titan won't break it :)

What I like with this lock is the nice story, the lock and the solution for sure and also the nice display. It has to be mentioned because this is so rare to have a diplay for puzzle. This one is a 3D printed stand that you have to assemble (only 2 parts).

I also like the original shape of the lock and of the parts like the shape of the keys and tools.

It did not take me as long as the Titan Lock to open this one, it was less painful for my mind and fingers haha.

To be truly honest I prefer the Titan puzzle but don't get me wrong you always have a favourite puzzle among your favourite ones, that does not make the others bad. And I don't consider my personal tastes as a universal truth :)

So, do I advise this lock? Definitely !!!
Buy one while Sashko still makes them and don't forget to add the Titan Lock as well, you do need both, after all they belong to the same story.

To buy the lock, you can go to the Etsy page of the designer HERE

Saturday, 16 May 2020

Cast rotor

Up for the review is a toughie! A level-6 cast puzzle from hanayama called "the cast rotor".

It consists of 2 "rotors" that dance around each other during the solution process. Both rotor have a notch in the center on both side and have 3 holes. You will have to manipulate the rotors many times to solve the puzzle. Actually the solution indicates that it requires around 30 steps to solve....scary! ....but you're more prone to make way more moves (I am sure I did more than 100 haha).

Basically you have several possible moves: you can use the notch, you can rotate the rotors close to each other and in each other.

Honestly you cannot really solve the puzzle by thinking, you will solve the puzzles at some point.
In fact you cannot predict more than 30 moves. Then, you will proably get confused and do some moves and then few moves later be back to your starting point. This is why this is definitely a level 6!!

The words "rotor" written on both rotor will help you either to solve the puzzle using the solution or reassemble the puzzle with the solution (sorry, but yes I did reassemble the puzzle with the solution and I am not ashamed at all ! I want a proper starting point if I want to solve again the puzzle! and I really advise you to use the solution to reassemble the puzzle).

This is a cleverly designed puzzle but also nicely crafted as it requires precise tolerances. No force need. If it does not go through a notch, you should not force it. Be gentle !!

After spending hours and hours rotating the...rotors, I finally found an unsuspected move (that is needed to solve the puzzle). This was clearly my "ah-ha" moment. And in this moment you clearly notice that if the puzzle was badly manufactured, then this move could not have been made possible (with an impossible puzzle to solve at the end!).
Still, this move did not reall helped me to solve the puzzle, but I made some progress and at some point I solved the puzzle!

Finally !!

This is really a very cleverly designed puzzle and a tough one if you like challenges!

Even if I am pretty proud of having solved a hard cast puzzle, I am not super kind of these level 6 for several reasons: pretty hard to solve and mostly you will solve them with luck.
Secondly, you're not probably willing to have a second try to solve the puzzle once you've already solved it before. Personally I prefer trying to solve again some lower level of cast puzzle as I am sure that I will be able to reassemble them and I can show the solution quickly to friends (which is impossible for this puzzle hahaha).

One more time, I am sorry but I don't like the "new" packaging of the cast puzzles. The previous packing were way better to display the puzzle as you could see it....! I am sure they changed because it must have been too costly....

Do I advise this puzzle? Hell yes !!

Wednesday, 6 May 2020

Some wonderful puzzle boxes

Recently I received some puzzle boxes from Transylvanyart puzzle company, which is based in Romania and crafts exquisite puzzle boxes.

Several things needs to be mentioned. As you can see from the below image, the boxes are carved (manually, good to say, because more and more puzzles are only CNC machined nowadays...) with nice patterns and vernished to give a glossy finish of the puzzle. So it's definitely a puzzle that you should not be ashamed of and show proudly among your collection !!

And depending on the space you have, you can choose between several boxe sizes, but in any case all have the same mechanism.

So let's talk about the mechanism. Several steps are required to open the boxe, none require excessive force. Ok so if I say "excessive" you may think that it still requires force? Well, some parts are especially designed and made to be tight, else the puzzle would solve by itself....and you would be spoiled completely.  So you have to keep on trying you first ideas to see if something can move.
And what is also a good point of having some tight part is that you cannot clearly see where are the pieces that should move.
Even if it did not take me long to solve, it was a pleasant journey.
Please don't bang the puzzle: no magnets are involved :)

You will see a surprise inside the box, well, not really inside...but you will see what I mean. Something that can be useful ;-)
These puzzle boxes can be used also as nice storage for little things: there is enough space inside to put things, and trust me the best way to offer them as presents is to put something really nice inside. It just adds some more motivation to keep on trying to open the boxes.

For a seasoned puzzler, solving these puzzles should not take so long, but for a totally newbie it should be a tough challenge!

Out of the 4 puzzles is one different: the book. It "opens" in an unconventional way...I mean not like a real book, and is satisfaying to solve. It requires fewer steps than the puzzle boxes, but has the same top quality finish as its brothers and sisters.

You can find the puzzles on amazon or etsy.

But be warned about something: the pictures show (in my mind) several steps of how to open the boxes. So if your goal is to give them away as presents to friends, don't mention the name of the company nor the website links. And if it's for you, be quick and buy them without paying attention too much to the pictures (just enough to be able to choose a color you want, but this is it!)

Saturday, 4 April 2020

I don't like this Osanori packing


Well, usually I love al the Osanori's packing puzzle: challenging, fun, rewarding, well made and well thought. What more do you want??

But this time I did not like so much one of his designs called Triangle Ring 3 that was recently released by Pelikan Puzzle Company.

 It's not the fault of Pelikan but of the design itself. Let me explain !

First thing first, the quality is still perfect: the pieces slide smoothly, everyting is here to enjoy your puzzle experience. Did I mention that the wood is, as usual nice, and that most of the time your have the choice of the wood ?

So with all these positive things why did not I like this puzzle?

Well, as I said many times before packing puzzle with too many pieces are not fun but frustrating. This is also why I like the Osanori's packing: they are composed of "only" 3 pieces and still they are nice and challenging.
This one has 5 pieces....not fun but frustrating (my opinion). Too many possibilities ...definitely not fun. This is not a secret (if you count the "blocks" of each piece), but you will have one hole in your cube and this is not super easy to figure out where it should go. Indeed the final shape of the cube must not show any hole nor half-hole on its outter sides.

The other thing that bothered me a lot if the shape of the cage. It does not stand itself !!!!!!
So when you try to put pieces inside you also have to maintain the cage.
Definitely not practical at all !!!!!!

And even when the puzzle is solved it balances a bit on one corner. But again this is due to the design of this "unstable" puzzle.

So, as of now, I won't take any Osanori's packing with more than 3 pieces. And there is plenty left to be made with 3 pieces, so better to concentrate on these ones.

Now do I recommend this puzzle despite I did not like it?
Because the quality is very good and you must have plenty of time now at home to play with it :)
And it's still good to try it. And again my opinion is not yours, so you will probably enjoy more this puzzle than I did.

When looking at Pelikan Website, this puzzle is sold out. But there are still 2 Osanori's packing left available and you really should hurry to buy them (I liked them! lol)

Saturday, 14 March 2020

Get ready for more packing puzzles by Pelikan & Osanori !!

Quick spoiler: if you like Osanori packing puzzles, watch Pelikan Website because some are to be released soon!!

Note that most of the time, Pelikan sends the puzzle a bit packed. I mean, you won't be spoiled at all and it can even be a challenge to "unpack" them. Not sure if there are "shipping instructions" so that the puzzles are packed in such a way...
If anyone knows, please put a comment!!

This new one (the one I have solved so far) is called Triple 3.

3 weird pieces and a nice cage. Of course all the holes have to be filled with the pieces.

I managed to do 2 different "configurations" of the pieces. One was impossible to put inside the cage, the other one was possible, but was hard for me to see how to do.

So I started to put the pieces inside the cage and I quickly realized that there were more moves than what I expected :-)
This is also the fun part of these seemingly easy puzzles: how can an only 3-piece packing puzzle be challenging? And this is where you find all the genius ideas of Osanori !!

I must admit I had lot of fun solving this one and if you intend to take the other 2 packing by Osanori that will be released at the same time, then I would advise you to start with this one. In my mind, it is the easiest. The pieces danced in the cage during the solving process :-)

Remember to use all the properties of the cage to solve the puzzle....

About the difficulty, I would say that it is chalenging (like all Osanori's packing puzzles) but not super hard. It took my less than one hour, maybe less than 30 minutes? Hard to figure out the time when you're puzzling hahaha.

As usual, I love these packing puzzles!!

The other 2 will be tough I feel... some puzzling fun for sure !!

It is still available on Puzzle Master webshop!

Monday, 9 March 2020

Some new cool puzzles & toy

Some new stuff arrived at home from Art of Play webshop company: some wooden puzzles and some toys.

So let's start with some wooden puzzles!

2 puzzles designed by Iwahiro: rectangular jam and pentangular jam.

Both consist of 4 pieces and among them 1 (the thinner one, which is also the one with a different color) that has to be freed from the small hole on a side of the puzzle.

Obviously you have to keep all the pieces flat on the tray. It looks impossible, doesn't it?
Well you will realize that several rotations are needed to solve the puzzle and to make them possible the size of each piece must be super precise. Else the rotations are impossible to make, and so the puzzle impossible to solve.

I must say that both puzzle check the box "perfect precision" :)

Start with rectangular jam puzzle, it's easier... not easy :)
I really like these "unconventional" puzzles, not the ones you're used to playing with.
They took my some time to solve and the solution is very nice!

Next is the famous packing puzzle designed by Iwahiro as well called "4 M" puzzle, consisting of a box with a protubing part under the lid and 4 pieces (with "M" shapes, hence de name of the puzzle).

This is a very clever packing and not super difficult (yet satisfaying to solve). I asked a friend of mine to solve it (he never plays with puzzles !!) and he managed to solve it. You will see that putting the pieces on a "normal" way does not give you the expected result. I mean, you have to think a bit outside the box to solve it. Mathematically interesting and fun to solve, this one is, in my opinion, one of the best examples of what a good puzzle is: challenging, but not too much, great design and clever solution!

The other packing puzzle from the same designer is Dango Box.
So far I have not solved it, but it seems super hard with, I am sure, a not so super difficult solution, but still a clever one!

The other puzzle is Bird in cage. It's what we know as "hedgehog puzzle", consisting of a shape (here a bird) trapped in a cage and the goal is to manipulate the bird so that it can go through the cage.
Usually, for these kind of puzzles, some space between some cage rods are larger, but it's hard to tell with the eyes. And for this one, the other thing to take into account are the wings of the bird: they can move. And that has an impact on the solution of course :)

I like these puzzles, and again they are suitable for any people, as long as they are gentle while manipulating the puzzles! You need to be gentle with birds :)

I told you about puzzle and toy, right? So final item is a toy! A shashibo cube!!
It can even been considered as a fidget toy. The goal is to create many geometric shapes by flipping and moving the magnetic parts. I managed to make some chapes (see below) but it took me a while to make the initial shape (the cube) again. So this was my puzzling part of the toy :)
Highly recommended!!

You an find other puzzles on Art of Play website as well as other toys as well.

Saturday, 8 February 2020

Ulule campaign: Mecanigma kit !!!

Ulule campaign NKD puzzle is coming soon !!!!!!!!

It will be launched Saturday 15th February !!

Main project will be a Mecanigma kit for way less money than the original puzzle (time's money!)

Trailer here:

Campaign here:

Wednesday, 29 January 2020

Some pocket-sized metal puzzles

Here come 2 nice metal puzzles from Art of play webshop.

First is the famous YOT puzzle, a very beautifully made puzzle where you have to free the coin.
I am sure that seasoned puzzlers won't have any difficulties to open it while beginners may struggle a bit. So....I opened it easily :-)
However, I saw that you can open it very quickly without the people around you notice how you're doing it. And I think this may be the real challenge for experienced puzzlers: open it such as nobody notice the solution!
So far I can open the puzzle but I cannot handle that challenge. What about you? :)
I think it needs some practice:)

The second puzzle is the famous jack puzzle, here is smaller size. Well you have it under several possible names but the challenge is still the same and the design of the pieces as well.

Very easy to disassemble because when you take out one piece (the only moving piece) then the puzzle falls apart and the real challenge begins!
First, because it's not super easy to maintain the pieces in their respective position and then also because this is not obvious where you have to put such or such piece.
So even if this is a classic puzzle, it's still a nice and challenging one!

For metal lovers, then both puzzles are a nice addition to any collection and for the travellers, they are even better as you can carry them easily with you, which is pretty rare for puzzles!

You can find other metal puzzles (and wood puzzles as well) and the big brother of this small jack puzzle on Art of play webshop.

Have fun!