|MATERIAL:||Curly Ash and Curly Figured Ash|
|EDITION:||64 Copies Released|
Geneva is the first new puzzle by William Hu in quite some time. Named after the clockwork mechanism that it's partially inspired by, the level 9.3.4 solution includes some very unique rotations and coordinate motions. During assembly, there's a fair amount of freedom, with a lot of dead ends to run into and circles to run around in. Geneva is a nice addition to any TIC collection.
64 total copies made for sale, each signed and dated. 54 copies in Curly Ash, 10 copies in Curly Figured Ash were made for this release. This puzzle is shipped disassembled.
Honestly can not believe there is still a copy left - a must have for fans of TIC's and interlocking puzzles, or anyone who likes a puzzle to make you say, oh wow!
fortunately and thanks to thre designer I could make a modell for my TIC´s collection ( more than 145 items now) I have highly to recommand that puzzle designed by William Hu;
I`v got some grey hairs for solving it, because it has a fanstatic tricky rotaion-move which is absolute unusual to all former TIC´s I have; I was so near to the solution but couldn`t find the complete roation move so I `ve got a hint;
great design, thans to William Hu