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Moving: Tiles
Mozaika IIInvented, produced, and marketed by Rudolph Destics. Patented in USA in 1996. Came in a variety of colour configurations.
Mystic I.Q. Ball (aka: Chromo Ball, Chromosix)The tiles slide on three tracks, like the Equator or Hungarian Globe, but the colored disks (and five tiles) rotate as well.
NEONA bandaging circle puzzle, similar in concept to "Battle Gears".

Net Block UFORotate the top/bottom half, then spin each half of a sphere to scramble the puzzle.
Number CrossTwo intersecting plungers with twelve moveable tiles.
Number swingTwo circles with 10 segments connected by two circles which can transfer pieces between the big ones.

OctedronNext logical step after the cubedron. Seven pyramids in a transparent sphere moved by rotating the sphere to let the pyramids flip in the one hole left open.
OlimpicA custom built puzzle with an Olympic Rings theme.
Orlov fourThe successor of the Orlov with four gears, even with the same middle pieces.

Orlov gearInspired by the gear puzzles from Douglas Engel. Three circles and irregular center pieces.
PakovalecPuzzle from the Czech Republic. Alternative names are Zylla and Xylinder and Dutch Tube.
Palapunga L113*4 pieces moved similar to the ten billion barrel. The white version which is easier.

Palapunga L213*4 pieces moved similar to the ten billion barrel. The black version which is more difficult.
PaletteIn this puzzle not the pieces itself move but the frame around them.
PanexA puzzle similar to the famous "Towers of Hanoi" but more diffcult.

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