ChronosA puzzle which is based on the fourth dimensional symmetry (edge-transitivity) of the 4D polytope 5-cell (also known as Pentachoron)
Clock 4x4Rubiks Clock scaled up to greater size.
ColossusA puzzle which is based on the fourth dimensional symmetry (edge-transitivity) of the 4D polytope 24-cell (also known as Icositetrachoron).
CosmosThis puzzle pretends to be based on a 4D polytope but it is not. Instead it is a cube with its antipodes connected.
Crazy Elephant DanceA generalized version of Elephant Spin-Out. All elephants allows three different states instead of two.
Elephant OutTry and remove the inner sliding mechanism, blocked by knobs you can only turn one at a time. Like Spin Out, but the size is smaller and the knobs shows elephants.
Gear SnakeFour 2x2x2s connected to each other with several gears. These force the 2x2x2s to move together.
GorgonA puzzle based on the Petersen's Graph.
GrydlockA crazy lock with 10 intersecting notched bolts. The object is to slide all bolts to the open position.
HexClockA Rubiks Clock with a different configuration.
Houlis CubeA puzzle which is based on the fourth dimensional symmetry 4D polytope known as hexadecachoron (or 16-cell).
Küblbeck BrainballAn advertisement for whole sale traders for car spare parts in east Bavaria and Upper Austria.