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Boston Subway Maze

by Oskar van Deventer

  • Boston Subway Maze
  • Boston Subway Maze
  • Boston Subway Maze
  • Boston Subway Maze
  • Boston Subway Maze
  • Boston Subway Maze

Description

Boston Subway Maze was named by Dave Rossetti, who used it as an exchange puzzle at the International Puzzle Party in Boston, 2006. George Miller and Dave developed a laser-cut acrylic version with a one-way trap to reset the puzzle, based on my design from 2005. The puzzle has ten horizontal lines and ten vertical, which are linked at some places by holes where the ball can go through. The object is to get the ball out. The name of the puzzle refers to Boston's historic subway system, where four lines form a square in Boston's  center. Up to this day, there is no connection between Boston's red and blue lines.

Watch the YouTube video.

Read at the iMaterialise Forum.

Read more at the Non-Twisty Puzzles Forum.

Please order a 3D-printed do-it-yourself puzzle kit from iMaterialise at this page (check with Oskar about screws and stickers), or contact Oskar directly if you are interested in obtaining a fully colored, stickered and assembled sample of this puzzle.

Oskar van Deventer

Oskar van Deventer

Oskar Puzzles offers mechanical puzzles and objects that can only exist thanks to 3D printing technologies. All designed by M.Oskar van Deventer.

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