Professor Puzzle



Wooden Puzzles

The Atom 

Splitting The Atom isn't rocket science but putting it back together may be.
This puzzle is every bit as complicated as it looks. Just when you think you
have it solved, you don't.

The Molecule 

The human mind spent countless years deciding on the arrangement of the molecule. Hopefully, it won't take you quite as long to figure out this puzzle.

The Particle 

Infinitely more fun than studying for a chemistry exam but possibly just as frustrating. Can you reassemble this fundamental structure?

The Cell 

The Cell is the hardest of the wooden range and reconfiguring this puzzle will require every bit of brain power you have.

Four Packs

Kids' Range 

A great introduction the entire concept of intertwined puzzles. But just because the designs are uncomplicated doesn't mean they are easy. Since kids solve problems differently than adults they will often be the first to finish these.

Difficult Range 

Previous puzzling experience is not required to embark upon this range and all four puzzles are totally different, so mastering one will not help you with the others. But be warned - very few puzzlers will master all four challenges.

Extreme Range 

Designed for the gifted or experienced problem solver, this range is no stroll in the park. The four challenges are well beyond the abilities of the average novice. Patience and a sharp mind are vital for the puzzler to have any chance of overcoming these vexing mind-muddlers.

Ultimate Metal Puzzles

The Quandary 

Though the easiest of the metal range those who think that frantic wiggling of the pieces holds their best hopes for success are likely to be defeated quickly by this understated little troublemaker.

The Sting 

The Sting is a strange little puzzle. Only one movement is required to separate the pieces. Some people discover the secret more quickly than others do, but the real challenge is getting to grips with the intricacies of these two identical shapes.

The Enigma 

A lot of the most qualified puzzlers just don’t ‘get’ this puzzle. Some human brains don’t seem to react well to this tough little challenge.

The Menace 

Possibly the greatest metal puzzle ever invented. The genius of this puzzle is the fact that a toddler could reconnect the pieces when separated in seconds. But once connected they are seemingly impossible to separate again.

Metal Mayhem

The Horseshoes 

You will feel extremely lucky if you ever manage to get the two pieces of this puzzle completely separated.

The Boomerang 

You will come back to this puzzle over and over, whether you want to or not.

The Claws 

The Claws resemble the prying end of a crowbar. And you may need a crowbar to get them apart.

The Menace 

Possibly the greatest metal puzzle ever invented. The genius of this puzzle is the fact that a toddler could reconnect the pieces when separated in seconds. But once connected they are seemingly impossible to separate again.

The Triangle 

The Triangle is a dangerous puzzle. One of the few where a wrong move can actually leave you in a worse position than where you started.

The Ringleader 

Quite often, following the Ringleader can lead you straight into a heap of trouble. This puzzle is no exception.

Wicked Wires

   


Four classic wire puzzles make up this wickedly constructed series. One part only has to be removed from each puzzle shape. Multiple moves are required before succes can be achieved. 


Nail Puzzles

The Nailbiter 

This puzzle is based on the centuries old classic bent nails puzzle. Nobody is sure where the puzzle was invented, but is has been amazing puzzlers ever since with its infuriating mix of difficulty and simplicity. This version has an added twist to make it doubly difficult to solve.

Nail Jail 

Slightly more difficult than the Nail Biter. The simplicity of this puzzle is well hidden, so it takes longer for even the most seasoned puzzler to get to grips with the mechanics of it.

S-Nail 

If you manage to separate these two nails reasonably quickly don't be too quick to congratulate yourself. The fun really starts when you have to find a way to get them back together again. This puzzle is cunningly tricky to get to grips with.

Last Nail in the Coffin 

The most difficult of the four disentanglement puzzles. Two operations are required to separate and then reattach these nails. Only suitable for the more gifted puzzler.