There’s nothing more satisfying than fitting that last piece of the puzzle perfectly into place. That’s what this collection is all about! Whether you enjoy building, taking apart, or twisting and turning to line everything up just right, these toys brilliantly bridge the gap between brain-busting fun and tactile exploration.
Cleverly designed with sturdy parts and a solution that requires 69 separate moves, the Gordian's Knot is truly the world's toughest brainteaser. Do you have what it takes to untangle the... Read More
Raised ridges and geometrics, bumps and bubbles, smooth surfaces - these Tangle links are captivating to the touch. Sensory stimulation, fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, attentiveness, and... Read More
Hanayama Chain Puzzle - level 6
It's going to take a strong brain and a lot of patience to break these cognitive shackles! It's up to you to fiddle, explore, and bust your brain to try and take the chain links apart. Beware...... Read More
Y-Ball, the newest creativity toy from the makers of the award-winning Ball of Whacks. A new playful way to stimulate creativity. 30 Y-shaped magnetic block design pieces click to form a geometric... Read More
Three versions of your favorite shape-arranging game are all combined into one extreme contraption. Start with the 2D puzzles for a classic Kanoodle experience. Try out the new Sliding 2D Puzzles... Read More
Cognitive clout is put to the test with this crazy cubic conundrum! The 3D foam puzzle pieces interlock to lie flat, or to build into a cube. Can you cube it?
Find and connect words! Build crossword grids of interlocking 4-letter words from different challenge levels. Feeling like a master etymologist? Go straight for an 8-word grid! Be flexible, think... Read More
Hanayama Coaster Puzzle - Level 4
At first, the puzzle looks like an unbreakable adornment of woven metal. - Pick it up and start exploring and you'll be convinced the whole thing is actually welded together! But don't fret. It's... Read More
Hanayama Vortex Puzzle - Level 5
These three metal spirals lock together into a Vortex! The Vortex is a Level 5 out of 6, meaning it will challenge your perceptual skills, fine motor skills, and imaginative 3D thinking.