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A 2D puzzle with two overlapping circles that share one of their 3 leaves.
This is a competitor for the title of the simplest puzzle that is possible with two intersecting circles. A 2D-twistypuzzle with two overlapping circles that share one of their 3 leaves.
In contrast to most 2D-circles puzzles this one is 3D-printed in PLA. The circles go all the way through the puzzle so that it is easier to move it by grabbing it with 2 fingers.
All in all it is a very easy puzzle. Hence the name. The name of the puzzle combines the idea of a trivial puzzle with the number of leaf-shaped pieces per circle. The TRI is also an allusion for the number of leaves per circle. This is basically the easiest circle puzzle the inventor was able to think about, more a test than a serious puzzle.
The inventor chose hand-cut stickers in two colours. That makes the puzzle even a bit easier as there are two pairs of identical pieces. The backside of the puzzle is yet unstickered.
Size: 10 x 75 x 100 mm
Weight: 36 grams
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