Online since 2002. The most comprehensive site for all around twisty puzzles.

Above:Front view
Click a thumbnail to see its larger version and description.
An Elemental(Fluorine) enhanced but splitting the plunger and thereby adding twelve triangles.

This puzzle can be built through splitting the plungers of an Elemental(Fluorine). The six pairs of pieces at the ends of the plungers are the result. The symbol was given a new size but is identical to the predecessing puzzle.
New about this puzzle is that there is way more freedom to push the plungers. On the original Elemental(Fluorine) after the first pushed plunger you have no other chance but make three more moves in a specific way. In this puzzle you have four choices after the first move.
This concept of adding new pieces by splitting up the existing plunger has now been implemented for the thrid time. Elemental(Argon) (enhanced Beryllium) and Elemental(Sulfur) (enhanced Neon) were the first two versions. Elemental(Aluminium) is closely related but there only two pairs of pieces were added.



Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: Andreas Nortmann, Blake Nors.


This puzzle can be found in collections of these members:

Found a mistake or something missing? Edit it yourself or contact the moderator.
join »login » Community