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4 Color Theorem
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A trivial puzzle inspired by 'Instant Insanity'. An upgraded 1x1x4.

The goal of this puzzle is to have all four colors present on each side. The name is a direct reference to the famous theorem: Four Color Theorem.

Although the puzzle is merely a 1x1x4, the odd sticker arrangement and the condition for solving makes this not as easy to solve for most people.

The puzzle was inspired by 'Instant Insanity'. The inventor of the puzzle at the time did not realize that 'Instant Insanity' was actually four separate blocks. The idea thus was born to make a connected (and easier) variant.

Size: 20 x 20 x 80.6 mm



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