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Invented by a mathematician in 1883, The Tower of Hanoi ring puzzle has challenged monks and mathematicians for centuries. Based on fable from Benares, India, it is believed that when the tower is completely moved the universe will end. Don't fret. There are only 2 holy rules that must be obliged in order to complete the tasks. You don't have to possess magical powers to move this holy wooden temple. Start by moving only one disk at a time and remember that at no time can a large disc be placed on top of a smaller one-the rest is child's play. Dimensions: 3 1/2" x 8 1/4"" x 1 3/8"
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Pieces store away inside the block with is great. Real wood construction. Just like the one my Dad built for me when I was a kid.Published 15 hours ago by Arthur J Williams
Great diversion for middle school kids. I like that the sticks and rings store in the base, But the sticks are not well-finished and they don't fit smoothly and securely in the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Still Learning
Piece of crap. Not item pictured. Cheep simulated wood, or crap wood. Difficult to tell through paint. Holes are off-center on the discs. Read morePublished 10 months ago by David M. Baker
Really nice finish on this perseverance game.
It makes for a nice decorative item (depending on tastes of course) after the 10 minutes it takes to solve it!