Interlocking burr puzzles based on orthogonal grid system.
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This 6-piece board burr puzzle has a unique level 14-4-1-1-2 solution and it also has a unique assembly, meaning if you observe each piece carefully and consider its orientation, even a human being can solve the puzzle without computer aid. … Continued
Unbalanced 6 Board Burr
The burr looks somehow a bit odd and unbalanced because of combined different thickness plywood. The thicker pieces have 3-unit thickness and the thinner ones have 2. Thanks to the feature, the burr has a level 16 unique solution that … Continued
3D Shuriken – 12 piece interlocking burr puzzle
This is a very difficult interlocking burr puzzle that requires 9 moves to take the first piece apart from the assembled shape. 9 moves may not sound so complex and difficult because there are so many high level puzzles nowadays, … Continued
Penta Cuboid + T-groove Box
Juno modified the pentomino pieces to form a cube. As puzzle lovers know, twelve pentomino pieces can form a 3 x 4 x 5 cuboid but those pieces cannot form a cube. Juno changed the ratio of the element of … Continued
Pseudo Ovolo – interlocking burr puzzle
The first time Juno saw Yavuz Demirhan’s Ovolo, he really liked the concept of the puzzle. The assembled shape of the puzzle was also attractive and he thought that a similar puzzle could be designed. He didn’t want to copy … Continued
Aussie Crystal – interlocking burr puzzle
An interlocking puzzle designed by Junichi Yananose (Juno) in 2013. The assembled shape of the puzzle is the same as a traditional 9 piece burr puzzle commonly known as Japanese Crystal or Great Pagoda. Juno’s version consists of six complex … Continued
Windmill Burr #2 – interlocking burr puzzle
An interlocking puzzle designed by Junichi Yananose (Juno) in 2012. He decided to put a cube inside the puzzle in 2017 to give more contrast with the colour of the timber. The shape of the puzzle is similar to his … Continued