July 23, 2002 Alexandria, VA - Binary Arts Corporation introduces three great new variations on a theme. Known as "silhouette puzzles," these att
Before you know it, you'll want these games with you at all times
July 23, 2002 Alexandria, VA - Binary Arts Corporation introduces three great new variations on a theme. Known as "silhouette puzzles," these attractive, easily portable games can be arranged to form a whole host of tricky, profiled shapes. Each puzzle sports stainless steel construction and brightly colored enamel pieces, and each has an attractive black base with space to store its own challenge-and-solutions booklet.
Brick by Brick® Metal Puzzle is a new take on our top selling building puzzle, Brick by Brick. This version has a new look and feel featuring five metal and enamel pieces with different configurations of bricks. Players arrange the pieces to match one of the 36 silhouette challenges.
Scrambled Egg™ Metal Puzzle is based on a timeless classic that has been mystifying puzzle-lovers for over a century! We created a puzzle with nine colored enamel and metal pieces that come together to form a perfect egg. Players try to rearrange the pieces to match the 36 other challenges featured in the enclosed booklet.
Tangram Metal Puzzle is our rendition of the world's oldest and most well known silhouette puzzle. Its eight odd-shaped metal pieces in vivid blue enamel arrive in the base in the simplest of forms - the square. Once players take the pieces out of their home base, they'll lose all track of time as they try to rearrange the pieces into the 36 increasingly tricky shapes in the challenge booklet.
The fun, the pieces, and the challenges never wear out! All are appropriate for ages 8 to infinity with a friendly retail price of $11.99. Retailers will also love that each game ships in its own special POP display.
About Binary Arts
By transforming the ideas of mathematicians, puzzle masters, and game theorists into engaging products, Binary Arts has mastered the art of making toys that are fun and smart. Founded in 1985 by Bill Ritchie and Andrea Barthello, its products have won over 100 awards and are found in specialty toy and gift stores around the world. More information can be found on the web at www.binaryarts.com or www.thinkfun.com , the Internet's best game site, operated by Binary Arts. Retailers can place orders by calling their Binary Arts Sales Representative or (800) 468-1864.
For more information, contact: Steve Cuomo