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The next level of Bram's Magic: Six balls but this times also six moves per sphere instead of four.
Bram's Hexic is a puzzle related to Bram's Magic. Bram's Magic was conceived by Bram Cohen. It is a set of six balls with grooved, connected in a loop. The set of six can shapeshift in carious ways, resulting in scrambling of the colour pattern. The object of the puzzle is to fold it back to a flat 2x3 shape with all white up and black down.
After receiving so much positive feedback on Bram's Magic, Bram wondered whether is would be possible to have a similar puzzle with a slightly different puzzle. So Bram's Hexic has six moves per sphere, instead of four for Bram's Magic. This may make the puzzle very hard to solve.
As always with Bram's ideas: Oskar van Deventer designed and presented it.
Diameter: 44 mm
Weight: 106 grams
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