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An open ended puzzle with an almost infinite amount of solutions? Call it crazy, call it preposterous, or call it Quadrillion.

This intellectually unrestricted logic puzzle has the ability to stump players of all ages. Snap together the four playing boards in whatever shape you desire and try to fit all twelve playing pieces onto the board you just created.

No matter what shape your board takes there will always be a solution, so don’t give up! Quadrillion also comes with a book of sixty puzzles to get you started. Your spatial processing centers are sure to get a kick out of this brain tickling and boundless solitaire style puzzle.

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The Idea

Fit all your pieces on the board using the cards as starting guides.

The Brains

The ultimate visual spatial exercise for the brain.

The A-Ha

Snap the bases together in different combinations to create almost infinite puzzles.

Brain Health Expert Says

Exercise the parietal lobe, important for spatial processing, as you arrange the pieces together into unique conformations.

The Brain Coach Says

This puzzle game will exercise brain circuits for short-term memory, mental rotation and shape perception.

Good luck. You'll need it!

Product Details

Brain Category
Recommended Age7+
Inside the Box
  • 4 magnetic grids
  • 12 colored puzzle pieces
  • Challenge booklet
publisherSmart Games
DepartmentVisual Perception
# of Players1

Customer Reviews

Twisted Fun And Problem Solving


Get 's your brain in gear. and helps develop problem solving skills. Make up any shape and challenge yourself to complete the puzzle.

Awesome product


My daughter loves this toy. She can't stop playing with it.

How To Play

  1. Snap the 4 magnetic grids together
  2. The object is to fit it all puzzle pieces on the game board you jut made, You can't place any puzzle piece on top of the black and white dots.
  3. Use the Challenge Booklet for different configurations and levels of difficulty to solve.