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Tsvet Za TsvetA Russian derivate of Top Spin.
Russian label states that it's name is "Colour by colour"
Tsvetnaia GolovolomkaA version of "row by row" from the former soviet union.
Tsvetnaia PiramidkaSeems to be an implementation of Tower of Hanoi with five pieces.

Tsvetnye PoiaskiA mysterious puzzle about which only little is known.
Tsvetok (five leafs)Three layers (one hidden) with six marbles each. Two holes make the puzzle workable. This entry is for the body with five leafs.
Tsvetok (six leafs)Three layers (one hidden) with six marbles each. Two holes make the puzzle workable. This entry is for the body with six leafs.

Tsvetok (twelve leafs)A rare shape variant of the Festival Flower.
VariantSix layers and six columns of marbles moved with the help of an additional single hole.
Varikon BashniaFive layers and four columns of marbles. These versions steem from the soviet union.

Varikon Keychain IIAnother variant of Varikon originating from the soviet union.
VertushkaA puzzle with intersecting circles. To connect the parts together, an elastic band is used.
Veselye SharikiDifferent version of the Hungarian Rings with a different number of marbles and two opened sides to move the marbles.

Volshebnaia TsepA highly unusual Missing Link from the soviet union.
Volshebnaia TsepochkaAnother soviet version of Rubik's Snake with a carboard package.
Volshebnaia Zmeika (Sarapul)The soviet versions of Rubiks Snake which were named ????????? ?????? or Volshebnaia Zmeika and produced in Sarapul.


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