Can you master all of the puzzling professors puzzles’?
Five puzzling professors have unleashed their genius skills to invent five intense 3D wooden puzzles. It's up to you to solve them all and decide which one is the toughest!
Professor Head Spinner's Cross: Three planks are intertwined in a hard-to-decipher configuration. Get your powers of visual perception in gear and try to find a way to take it all apart. Then, can you put it back together?
Professor Brain Baffler's Spheres: You've got to hand it to the ancient Egyptians - Building huge pyramids with stone blocks is tough! But... Have you tried building one with spheres?
Professor Mind Muddler's Pyramid: Okay, okay, building a pyramid with spheres is tough. But - Why stick to just one type of shape? Why not try it with DIFFERENT shapes?
Professor Sense Sizzler's Planks: The only puzzle to use strings! (This one MUST be tough!) The two planks are tied together by strings that can't be detached. Do you have the know-how to untie them?
Professor Egg Head's Knot: Six wooden bars are intertwined in a seemingly impossible way. (And boy are they interlocked tightly!) Try to take them apart. Then, try to put them back together! - Pretty soon, these wooden bars won't be the only things twisted into knots... Your brain will be too!
Whether you're a kid just discovering the power of your own brain or an adult looking to sharpen your noggin, this set of five wooden puzzles will have you smiling with hours of brain-twisting excitement.
The Puzzling Professors' Problem Solving Project 5X Wooden Puzzle Set
Set of 5 wooden brainteaser puzzles
Encourages fine motor skills, problem-solving, logic, lateral thinking
A cognitive thrill for kids and adults alike
Each puzzle is more challenging than the last
Includes cross puzzle, spheres puzzle, pyramid puzzle, planks puzzle, knot puzzle
Go online to find solutions to each puzzle - But not before giving it your all!
For reference, cross puzzle measures 1.75 x 1.75 x 1.75 inches
Made entirely of strong, solid wood for lasting durability