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Anti-Slide by Hanayama
Photo courtesy of Oli Sovary-Soos
Name
Anti-Slide
Alternative Names
Caramel Puzzle
Limited to
Designer
Dimensions
3.0 x 3.0 x 3.0"
Year
1994
Cost
$64 (John Devost)
$12 (Hanayama)
$21 (Philos)
Availability
Available
Type
# of Pieces
15 + Box & Lid
Material
Wil Strijbos: Wood
Hanayama: Plastic
John Devost: Wood
Objective
Pack between 12 and 15 pieces into the box so that no piece can slide in any direction within the box

"This puzzle was the second place winner of the 1994 Hikimi Puzzle competition in Japan. The objective is to place the fifteen puzzles into the box in such a way that none of them can slide in any direction. Each piece is 2X2X1 and the box measures 4X4X4. The most difficult challange is with 13 tiles...there is only one solution where no pieces can slide and 2.5 million solutions allowing pieces to slide!" -Eric Fuller