All puzzles featured on this page have been developed, or co-developed, by puzzle-designer extraordinaire Oskar van Deventer of the Netherlands. Ever wondered what a 4D maze might look like? Or how your alter-ego might feel if trapped in a parallel-universe maze? Well now you can find out.
Hysteresis: Solve the maze using pull-push motion only.
Haunted vending machine: Perfect for chocoholics on a diet.
Polyfold: Crazy shape folding puzzles. 2D origami gone mad?
Threesome: Three-way co-operation problems.
HexaRoll: Tilt with a twist. Try not to get dizzy!
Parallel universe: Ego versus alter-ego. Can you satisfy them both?
Jukebox: Coin-tumbling trickery to tie your brain in knots.
Active mazes: A maze on steroids - it just won't sit still!
Fourbit: Can you switch off all the lights?
Dragon maze: A clever fractal design to explore on the move.
Begian maze: Two steps forward one step back (or was that forward?).
Links & related pages
- Oskar's website
- Oskar's Shapeways page
- Oskar's Youtube page
- Oskar's Exotics page (George Miller's Puzzle Palace)
- Oskar's ConSlide puzzle
- Oskar's Upside-down puzzle (native applet support required)
- Oskar's Harbour puzzle (native applet support required)
- Oskar's Lab mouse puzzle (native applet support required)
© Andrea Gilbert & Oskar van Deventer - 2003-2004