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It looks like a varikon clone but works more like the ten billion barrel.
Five columns with space for five marbles each. The usual clone of the varikon would have one hole. This puzzle has three holes spread along the columns like the protrusions of the ten billion barrel.
When you tilt the puzzle all balls moves to one side and make gaps on opposite side. This means that with one tilt you move 12 balls. Also you can twist every disc (layer) with steps of 72°.
The discs are made from medium-density fibreboard, the beads and the core of plastic.
Height: 60 mm
Diameter: 50 mm
Weight: 79 grams
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