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A puzzle similar to the Varikon 3x3x3. It uses marbles instead of moveable cubes.
- Inventor: Unknown
- Mechanism: Moving Hole on 3D-surface
- Patents: Unknown
- Producer: Unknown
- Year: Unknown
- Original Price: $0.00 USD
- Current Price: $19.98 USD
This puzzle consists of a small transparent cube with 67 balls all placed on the edges of the cube. One place is left open to allow the ball to be moved by gravity. All balls except of 12 are colored black. The remaining marbles fall into three sets of green, red and yellow marbles with 4 marbles each. The faces of the cube have colored dots to show where the marbles have to go to. Images 1-2 show this solution.
Also visible in the images are slight differences in the faces. One is white, one has a silver background.
The leaflet translates to:
"PionÝr" cube logic game.
After removing the plastic pin, you can change the order of the balls by changing the orientation of the cube.
As for first task, we recommend to try to moove all the colored balls (green, red, yellow) next to each other.
KERMI sz.: III/10, 220/83
O╔TI sz.: 1029/83
Material: durable polistyrol
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