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 Post subject: 2 interesting puzzles - sell and trade
PostPosted: Tue Nov 26, 2013 6:02 am 
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Location: Hungary
Hi all,

I would like to sell one of my cute old puzzle: "Glóbusz"
Please offer by pm.
Shipping 12 USD worldwide.
Payment via PayPal


Mandorla is a new logic puzzle from Hungary.
I only want to exchange and not sell!


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 Post subject: Re: 2 interesting puzzles - sell and trade
PostPosted: Wed Nov 27, 2013 3:54 am 
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misterpoopoohead was just asking if anyone had seen the second puzzle in this thread. Perhaps you have some more background on it?

Dave

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 Post subject: Re: 2 interesting puzzles - sell and trade
PostPosted: Wed Nov 27, 2013 4:29 am 
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That first puzzle (two puzzles?) intrigues me, is it similar to Puzzler, Turnstile, Cohan's Circle, and Arusloky in that the two circles rotate and the parts intermingle? If so, I can't really see a structure that holds them together - what keeps the pieces from falling out? And am I looking at two separate puzzles with different colorings or the front and back of the same puzzle? I've never seen a flat puzzle that uses 3-fold symmetry before :shock:

Couldn't resist 8-) : God's number for this puzzle is 21:
0-1
1-4
2-8
3-16
4-32
5-64
6-128
7-256
8-512
9-1024
10-2028
11-3908
12-7524
13-13868
14-25436
15-43360
16-65384
17-78726
18-61696
19-23694
20-3033
21-48
Total number of elements = 330750
(This does not count two configurations with swapped identical pieces as different - configurations are different only if they look different - it does however define a fixed orientation in space; a configuration that looks 180 degrees from solved is DIFFERENT from solved)

Peace,
Matt Galla

Edit: I was able to find exactly one other mention of this puzzle on the internet: an online bulk order from a supplier: http://www.alibaba.com/product-free/150 ... uzzle.html


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