Pionir Pyramid

Pionir Pyramid

Pionir Pyramid This was Roxanne Wong`s exchange puzzle at the IPP32 Washington 2012. The puzzle is a sliding bead puzzle, where the beads are enclosed in a square-based pyramid and travel along its edges. The beads are not intended to be removed from the enclosure. You move the beads by tilting the puzzle. There is a total of 52 colored beads with space fore moving. Each of the 4 vertical edgees has 6 beads and each of the 4 horizontal edges had 7 beads.(Colors vary on each puzzle). The objective is to get all the beads of one color along an edge. There is a central plug to stop the beads from shifting during movement. The plug is locked through the use of magnets. Inventors: Roxanne Wong and Mr. FokManufacturer: Mf8

Trying to see how the pieces fit and re-assessing where they can go if they do not fit is a good exercise to check and re-evaluate the choices. Each piece can only come in one place, so there is no compromise and negotiation that takes place in so many other aspects of modern life. This forces the player to continually re-evaluate his decisions and learns to be patient with the process because it is an integral part of the game.

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