These puzzles may not have many pieces, but don’t get too cocky as you take them apart, thoroughly convinced that you can reassemble them during the commercials of your favorite Star Trek (the original series) episode. Because if that televised geekfest has taught you anything, it’s that looks can be deceiving. And assembling these handsome little fellas is much harder than it looks. To succeed, you’ll need a hefty dose of memory, visual perception, and strategic thinking skills. The payoff is a smarter brain and a computertop decoration that’s both beautiful and brilliant.
The IdeaSix brain-bending wooden puzzles to bring out your inner-geek.
The BrainsOne of those rare puzzles that engages the hippocampus, frontal, and parietal lobes.
The A-HaPlace these out for decoration and watch guests assemble and disassemble them.
Brain Health Expert Says
One of those rare puzzles that engages the hippocampus, frontal, and parietal lobes, the GeekBox makes for a total mental workout.
The Brain Coach Says
The GeekBox is 6 unique wooden puzzles in one! Actually, it's 12! Because the brainiac must both disassemble and reassemble the structure. Keep one in your car, at the desk, on your coffee table and you can engage your noggin throughout the day.
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A Challenging Office Gift
I bought this as a birthday present for my boss and she ended up asking me where I bought it and is now a Marbles customer. I bought this item because I know my boss likes challenging puzzles but also because these puzzle are very well crafted with two tone wood and come in a beautiful wooden box.
Very attractive and a real challenge
I love the look of the product. The bamboo box is beautiful and the sliding lid functions well. The puzzles are not easy - be ready for a challenge. Even reassembling them using the guide is difficult; but very satisfying when you get it.
Hard! but good
I got these for my brother for his birthday and he called to complain that they were too difficult but next time I saw him they we still out on his desk to try-- so I think he liked them. Good gift for those up for a challenge!
Wow--this one is challenging, but FUN!
This is a great gift for a coworker or a boss--it is small enough to keep on a desk. I always kept a Slinky on my desk for visitors to fidget with and relieve stress--this is even better!!! I LOVE to watch people's expressions when they try to put something back together!
How To Play
Pull them apart and reassemble them. Stumped? Download the solutions below.Download PDF Rules Of The Game