Scheibenlaby puzzle. An entertaining two-level, two-sided maze. The objective is to navigate the steel ball through both mazes. The ball can pass from one side to the next by way of one of the strategically placed holes in the intermediate acrylic layer. The acrylic layer can also rotate, changing the position of the holes. Made in laser-cut wood, acrylic, and stainless steel by Jean-Claude Constantin. Jean-Claude Constantin lives in Germany, where he desig[…]
Schieblehre puzzle. There are five sliding tiles in Puzzle three of which have slots. The slots can accommodate small ball-bearing. The ball-bearing can also slide around in the large square gap. The objective is to slide the tiles and the ball-bearing around to navigate the ball from the ‘Start’ position to the finish in the upper-left corner of the puzzle. Made in laser-cut wood, acrylic, and stainless steel by Jean-Claude Constantin. Jean-Claude Constan[…]
Schloss 250 puzzle. An intriguing wooden lock that needs no key to open. There are four sliders that move horizontally, but they cant move freely. You ll need to move them in sequential order and, as the name suggests, you need to do minimum of 250 moves to open the lock. Invented by the prolific puzzle designer Jean Claude Constantin.
Schlussel Big puzzle. Just as the name translates, this metal puzzle looks like large key! The objective is to remove the ring from the key. It has slightly worn appearance to create an antique feel. satisfyingly tricky puzzle that holds some intrigue as to what it might unlock[…]