Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Fantastic mail again!

I had been waiting for this mail and yesterday it finally came. I had heard from a Canadian friend that he was able to buy it in a local store, but to me that will be impossible.

The newest book with Conceptis puzzles is fascinating. In general mazes are easy to solve, but this is 25-foot long! The puzzle is folded in a hard cover.


When you open it, you can see what can be read on the back cover: To get the whole puzzle, you need to complete the whole puzzle.


25 feet means 48 pages :) The solution is in the back and here is a little peak:


If I seem to be missing for a few days, you can imagine what I am up to!

11 comments:

Betsie said...

Oh, that looks like so much fun! I haven't spent much time working maze-a-pics, but if they are detailed and elaborate like that one, I just might need to give it a go. Thanks for showing us a peek =)

machine-human said...

Unique gift idea! Thanks. Looking forward to buy one of these!

FuturamaPac said...

Wow! May I ask how you got that? I've never seen MAPs in books.

FuturamaPac said...

Oops, sorry to double post, but I found out where you got it. I can be so stupid sometimes :P

Mee mOe said...

Oh My !!! That large...lol

Meghna said...

Hey Leena,
This looks pretty tough but quite good for you! Hope you can do it soon! Good wishes :D

RennyBA said...

Looks like a long but interesting book - good luck and have a great end to your puzzling week :-)

BellyDance Girl said...

My gosh, that's massive! Have fun!!!

Principle of Mathematics said...

Doing Maze is wonderful activity that activate our brain and tests our stamina as well as determination. The benefits they provide can be seen through the numerous exciting maze sold. The one in this post surprises me of its extend. Maze is getting challenging. Good!

Self-Improvement said...

Hi Leena,
This great maze do excites most people. Most importantly, I believe, it helps to make others better especially in the planning and logical thinking skill. Thanks for the sharing. Your site on maze really give me a different perspection to it. Great!

Sandra said...

hope you are using a pencil and eraser. ;) I am curious about the strategies for such a large maze?