It couldn't be simpler!
Just four pieces...
Arrange them to make a "T"...You could be arranging them for hours.
Challenge: Can you solve it in 20 minutes?
Part 4 of the Classic Series of single-player mind puzzles.
This is one of those puzzles that seem easy then drive you nuts as you try to figure it out. It appears basic, you have four pieces that you need to arrange into a 'T'.
I'm pleased to say that I rose to the challenge and did solve it within 20 minutes but this is one that you could be playing with for hours. My only hint, it pays to think outside the square!
Of course the only downside to this puzzle is that once it's done then it's done. It's not like you can forget how to do it or that there are many different ways to get the correct answer. So instead I'm having fiendish fun leaving it out for unsuspecting guests to try their luck on. So far my record is unbeaten.
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