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The spherical puzzler must be solved using the miracle of gravity. The Oginov Tumbler rolls onto shelves this August.
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The Oginov Tumbler is based on a new ‘gravity/tilt’ principle.

The puzzles consist of a shiny two-piece tumbler ball into which the player puts each set of pyramid puzzles, aim to challenge spatial awareness, promote forward thinking and develop maths and numerical skills.

There are six puzzles in total, with a starter set of two puzzles – The Dots and The Tri-2, which will be released in August.

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