4D Puzzle by Oskar van Deventer
4D is my favorite puzzle made by George Miller of puzzlepalace.com. It had just the right amount of difficulty for me with a fascinating premise: Solve four mazes at the same time. Each of the individual mazes is connected to two other mazes in different dimensions. I could spend an hour just being impressed with the mechanics of how the pieces of this puzzle move and are connected and related to each other. You can't visualize it from the picture. When a co-worker dropped the puzzle and one of the acrylic pegs broke, George Miller sent me a replacement (and an extra spare) at no cost. Fantastic quality puzzles and fantastic service.
These are a-mazing! What a great day. Got to get dressed up? Figure you'll be waiting? Check out these cool maze cufflinks... You can play get the ball in the hold while you wait and look good while you are doing it!
These tights can be worn with just about any top. Go nuts.
This game is similar to Ravensburger's "The aMAZEing Labyrinth" but is simpler than the original board game for younger children. Only one part of the game board moves. Great fun for the whole family!
This is such a fun game! I used to play it as a kid, and enjoy it now as an adult! It is a maze game, but the maze changes each time a player takes a turn (because you move the cards to reach your destination. No two games are ... This is such a fun game! I used to play it as a kid, and enjoy it now as an adult! It is a maze game, but the maze changes each time a player takes a turn (because you move the cards to reach your destination. No two games are ever the same. This would make an excellent birthday gift for an older child.