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Little Game Hunter by Robert Yarger
Photo courtesy of Robert Yarger
Name
Little Game Hunter
Alternative Names
Stickman No.24
Reference
No.24
Limited to
38
Designer
Manufacturer
Dimensions
7.0 x 7.0 x 3.0"
Year
August 2011
Cost
$482
Availability
Not Available
# of Pieces
26
Material
Various Exotic Woods
Difficulty
25 Moves (Minimum)
Objective
Disassemble and reassemble the 26 pieces into the elephant shape shown
Other
These puzzles are the completed versions of Robert Yarger's Kumiki Elephant puzzles.
Each of the 38 puzzles are individually named.


"The origin of this particular puzzle started years ago, but an unexpected expense required me chop off their poor little interlocking feet before they were done and merely sell them as Kumiki style puzzles (Kumiki Elephant). A limited edition status was never placed on those elephants because I had always planned to eventually come back and finish them correctly, which I finally did. If you were fortunate enough to get one of the original elephant puzzles, then you know what a fun puzzle it is. These particular puzzles are identical in mechanics to the originals with the exception of the added trophy stand, which now adds two secret chambers, increases its complexity by 15 moves, and provides false progression paths. The trophy stand also comes apart, and upon solution you will find yourself with 26 individual pieces that are quite challenging to re-assemble. These puzzles are all hand crafted from quality exotic woods and require a minimum of 25 moves to solve. The Little Game Hunter puzzle measures 7” x 7”x 3” and comes with its own 10-page illustrated instruction booklet. These are limited edition pieces, and only 38 of them will ever be made." -Robert Yarger