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Crazy Pentahedron Puzzle - Mars
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A derivative of the Triangular Prism with circles on its sides. The 4th out of 8 variants.

Released in March 2012 this puzzle is part of a series of eight variants all named after the eight planets of the solar system. This is the fifth series with eight variants named after the solar system all from the same inventor and manufacturer. The other four are "Crazy 3x3x3 Plus", "Crazy Megaminx Plus", "Crazy Tetrahedron" and "Bermuda".
The symbols used for the pentahedra are identical to all the predecessors. They even show square faces.

Like in the Crazy Tetrahedron this series has variants where one or more sides have no circles at all. Like in the "Crazy 3x3x3 Plus"-series some of the circles move together with the surrounding layer and some not. These differences are achieved with different face pieces connected to cores identical to every varaint.
All variants are sold with solid coloured pieces and with stickers on black bodies respectively. The same package was used for all eight variants.

In addition to this seriers there are three other variants of Pentahedra:
Standard 3-Layers Pentahedron Puzzles
Standard 5-Layers Pentahedron Puzzles
Crazy 5-Layers



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