I think this is probably a good indication of how many people out there are searching for Popplocks.Splinter wrote:Just being curious:
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- February 13th, 2017, 10:13 am
- Forum: Puzzles Wanted
- Topic: Popplocks #1,#3,#4.
- Replies: 3
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It is definitely not a simple problem, I can attest to that! I found the problem wasn't so much about working out where the pieces need to be, but more about having enough hands to actually manage it. The pieces are colour matched, so that definitely helps. I recommend adding as many pieces as you c...
Yep, definitely Wil's original cylinder. The Washer Cylinder is also for same on Sloyd. If possible, I always go to Wil for his puzzles first. It's always cheaper and his service is great.
- October 21st, 2016, 2:20 pm
- Forum: Puzzle Reviews
- Topic: Metal and polycarbonate puzzle by Joe Pieczynski
- Replies: 2
- Views: 11497
That is a phenomenal looking puzzle I have to say!
- May 12th, 2016, 7:41 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Help identifying a rhomboedric puzzle
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Unfortunately I don't know for sure, but just from looking at the pieces it's hard to imagine anyone other than Stewart Coffin being the designer. He made so many unpublished variations on his designs that it could easily be of them, but we'll need someone with a better history of Stewart's work to ...
Welcome Shane! I'm sure you'll recognise a few of the names here.darctangent wrote:Hi everyone!
I got pointed to this site. Lots of good information here! I particularly like burrs, twisties, and Revomazes.
Glad to be here!