Bits and Pieces
Arch Burr

Arch Burr

Can you put together this strange double-knotted puzzle? The puzzle is quite confusing because of the curved pieces, which together form two non-conventional six-piece burrs.

Next Floor

Next Floor Ball Maze

Can you guide the metal ball from the first floor to the exit hole on the fourth level by rotating the maze. Not as easy at it appears. A dazzling multi-level maze designed by Oskar van Deventer. Made of laser cut wood.

Oskar's Cube

Oskar's Cube

The Oskar's cube is a three dimensional mechanical maze . The cube has a surprising number of possible configurations, with a minimum of 36 distinct slides required to move the metal star from one end of the maze to the other.


Master the maze of our tricky metal puzzle as you
maneuver the brass disk off the aluminum key.



Test your patience with these intriguing brainteasers!
With the “Duet Cast Puzzle” , the steel grid will baffle
you as you attempt to free the ring from its capture.


Then try your hand with the “Cuby Cast Puzzle”
This steel cube contains six sides of endless challenge and fun!
Twist and turn, flip and flop it and try to release the
wedge from the center of the cube.

Writers Block

Writers Block

Use the decoder key to decipher the secret code and release the pens from their locked position and find the series of moves that results in all clickaction pen points pressed down for writing!

Lucky Clover

It’s almost as difficult to take apart the four identically shaped pieces of this attractive two-toned metal brainteaser as it is to put together again. But with patience you just might solve this intriguing puzzle.