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Intersecting rings (Hungarian Rings)
Brianskie KoltsaAnother derivative of the hungarian rings produced in the USSR.
Hungarian RingsGroup the four colours to solve. Alternative names: "Doublering" or "Zweiring"
Hungarian Rings - Mini versionA small version version from the eastern bloc.

Hungarian Rings - Olympic EditionA greater version of the Hungarian Rings - Five rings with marbles in five colors.
Hungarian Rings - Singapore AirlinesGroup the four colours to solve this puzzle.
Hungarian Rings - Triumph-AdlerPromotional version for Triumph-Adler, a computer peripherals company.

Hungarian rings (soviet version)A variant of the Hungarian Rings from russian descent.
Hungarian Rings QuadA generalized version of the Hungarian Rings created customly by the original inventor.
Hungarian Rings TripleA generalized version of the Hungarian Rings created customly by the original inventor.

Magic 8Group the three colours to solve this puzzle.
Rubik's RingsModern adaptation of the Hungarian Rings.
Veselye SharikiDifferent version of the Hungarian Rings with a different number of marbles and two opened sides to move the marbles.

Volshebnye K?ltsaA variant of the hungarian rings, produced in Yerevan Factory Theatre-souvenir products during the soviet era.
Vosmerka (coloured version)A coloured version of the Hungarian Rings of soviet origin. It came in at least four different body colours.
Vosmerka (kpkhp)Another version of the puzzle. This is from the soviet union and does not use marbles.


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