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A Square-1 in which all pieces have equal size. Therefore it does not behave like bandaged puzzle.
The project started when the inventor thought about the Square-1. He thought "Why is this puzzle so annoying?" and clearly the answer to that was that - compared to the little number of pieces it is very hard to solve. The first - and most significant reason for that is the fact that it behaves like a bandaged puzzle. In order to create a puzzle that doesn't have that effect and hence is less frustrating, the inventor developed the Square-equal.
Its function is very similar to a Masterball reduced to two layers. That actually makes it harder to solve than the original Square-1. In spite of the name, the Square-equal actually has 4 different kinds of pieces and shapeshifts with every move.
Edge length: 59 mm
Weight: 73,5 grams
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