Play a hand of poker, serve a troop of monkeys two bananas each, and string together a set of charms! This unique collection by expert maze designer Dave Phillips entices puzzlists into organizing picture tiles into sets by following paths governed by specific rules. Eighteen challenges of varying di... read more
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Play a hand of poker, serve a troop of monkeys two bananas each, and string together a set of charms! This unique collection by expert maze designer Dave Phillips entices puzzlists into organizing picture tiles into sets by following paths governed by specific rules. Eighteen challenges of varying difficulty, each with individual rules and clues, will captivate puzzlists ages 8 and up. Hints and solutions accompany each puzzle.
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