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Nine cubes (and a hole) in a frame. The cubes change orientation while being moved.
This puzzle has nine cubes moving through a frame. The object is to get all colours right.The design is inspired by an idea from Bram Cohen, hence the name of this puzzle. Oskar later designed Bram's Rocket als successor.
On both puzzles the paths of the cubes are curved, so the cubes change orientation while moving. So the cubes not only have to come to their original position, but they have to come to their original orientation as well. This makes the puzzle very confusing.
Size: 57 mm (edge length of the triangle)
Weight: 80 grams
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