Dr. PinkLady, or How I Learned to Stop Fidgeting and Solve the Burr

Fidget Burr (a/k/a Dollar Burr, a/k/a Chin Burr)Jerry McFarland, 3.28″ x 3.28″ x 2.92″ Recently, I was lucky enough to get a copy of Jerry McFarland’s Fidget Burr (not to be confused with the puzzle of the same name designed by Tim Alkema and recently produced by Eric. Fuller of CubicDissection). It has quickly become […]

“Number 5 is Alive”

Asymmetric CubeHideaki Kawashima The newest box from Karakuri member Hideaki Kawashima is the fifth in his Bars Box series, consisting of Bars Boxes I – IV, 2018 – 2019. Asymmetric Cube’s name is adeparture from the series and, while it continues to feature the series’ titular bars, its design represents the biggest leap forward yet. […]

“I want to say one word to you, just one word: Plastics”

Tree Box, Cocktail, and Football MatchDiniar Namdarian After seeing some of his puzzles floating around the net, I reached out to Diniar Namdarian and, some weeks later, a box arrived, bringing me plenty of plastic puzzling. Even better, Diniar included a few extra pocket puzzles for some extra fun. I was not sure what to […]

Let’s See What’s Behind Door #8!

Dark Fairy Door by Tracy Clemons is a behemoth of a puzzle box, clocking in at close to 7 lbs, it provides a puzzle experience that is more than the sum of its parts.

You Deserve a Brake Today…

Snack Brake from Daniel Alterman is an original and fun puzzle from an emerging maker whose work comes from a unique and welcome perspective.

Packing It In 2: Pack Harder

Pin Block Case from CubicDissection is a relatively simple packing puzzle with an elegant and satisfying solution.

Packing It In: Pack Hard

Stephen Baumegger’s Gretel is a beautiful and challenging packing puzzle that displays wonderfully – if you can solve it.

Eggs-celling at Eggs-cellence

Unstable EggsCoreMods, 2019 (Available on Etsy) First, I would like to officially state that I solemnly swear not to make any more eggs-hausting puns (…starting now). I think I should start by saying that these are the first 3D-printed puzzles I have bought; I think many of us assume that only wood and metal-workers can […]