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 Post subject: Rugrats Puzzle
PostPosted: Wed Sep 01, 2004 4:32 pm 
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Has anyone seen this puzzle or know how it works?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=5917180337&ssPageName=STRK:MEDW:IT

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I've seen this auction and was wondering exactly the same. I then thought it must be a take apart one, where you pull the bits out, maybe twist them and atach the piece back in. Just a guess... :?
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I believe it's like one I've seen before. It's somehow similar to a 2D Rubik's Maze, i.e. the seven pieces are connected in one line and they can rotate a bit.


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This is a Kinato Hexagon Pro:
it's relatively new since it was introduced last year in the IPP23 Competition

"Hex. Pro is 7 pieces hexagon connected together, but every piece can be rotated freely. It is easy to carry out with the key chain assembled. With different game designs imprint, it can have different difficulty. It can be for Educational, Puzzle, Seasonal -(premium & gifts) and for IQ & EQ games.

Every piece of the puzzle can be rotated 360o. The 6 outer pieces can be rotated around the centre piece. To complete the game, players need to match up all the graphics on both sides."

http://www.kinato.com/

Just click the green Kinato Hexagon tile

Maybe this little puzzle could be considered
for the NEXT TwistyPuzzles.com puzzle ?

If the prices are similar to the Enigma puzzle,
we could always submit another design.

Michael
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 02, 2004 9:57 pm 
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lets not be too hasty eh :wink:

-clayne

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