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A puzzle succeeding the PantaCube. It is a Cubedron where not all moves are possible.

PantaBram was an idea of Bram Cohen realized by Oskar van Deventer. The puzzle is based upon the PantaCube, which is Oskar's variation of the Cubedron.
The puzzles has five pyramids that slide through grooves around a sphere. The groove pattern is an ultra-simple maze, suggested by Bram. Because of this maze, pieces can slide only one at a time (unlike regular twisty puzzles). This puzzles is very hard to solve, despite its low number of pieces.
With a sixth pyramid the shape would be a rhombic dodecahedron.
Edge length: 35 mm
Weight: 26 grams



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