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Dirty Dozen Brain Teaser Puzzle

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Dirty Dozen Brain Teaser Puzzle
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Price: $24.99

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Ages: 8+
Weight: 1.6 lbs

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To set up different games, simply re-arrange the blocks in the game set. The big square block is always placed in the upper left hand corner; the other 11 blocks can be arranged around the big square block in 12 different ways. Then, you simply slide the big square from the upper left to the lower right without lifting, turning or removing any of the other blocks! The easiest puzzle requires 43 moves, the most difficult 263! What a way to encourage creative thinking and problem solving, while developing spatial relations skills! Listed in 1999 Games 100. Solutions available by mail. Handcrafted oak game set with 12 hardwood oak blocks measures 7-3/4"x9". For 1 player.

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I've enjoyed this puzzle since receiving it as a gift a number of years ago. When we were living in India, we always had it in our living room. Students always did a beeline for it when they came to visit and it would be active the entire evening. I showed it to a colleague who was staying with us, and the rest of the evening was filled with a satisfying "clack-clack". At bedtime he asked if he could take it to his room, "clack-clack-clack". Then at breakfast we asked how many he had finished, and he looked startled and ran to his bedroom to retrieve the puzzle and "clack-clack" through breakfast. He was stuck on #11.
--David from Kansas

A great brain teaser
One of my favorite brainteasers. It's made by a small company in Northern California--the husband and wife pack them and ship them out of their garage. It's a quality wooden product so it feels good in your hands while you're playing, and it has progressively harder challenges that can keep you working (pleasurably) for weeks.
--John from

Great fun working out solutions
I've greatly enjoyed figuring out my best solutions for the 12 starting positions for this game/puzzle. In fact, for 6 of them, my solutions take fewer steps -- some significantly fewer -- that the shortest solutions the company claims. Do yourself a favor and get the game, then try to beat their (or my) solutions. Well built, it's a joy just to hold in your hands; an excellent gift.
--Todd from Sanford, NC

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