Sunday, April 4, 2010

Superplexus Spherical Labyrinth

Puzzle fans will love the Superplexus Spherical Labyrinth. The Superplexus is a three dimensional maze that will test a person’s dexterity and spatial understanding. This means it should be easy for video game lovers to figure it out

The player of the Superplexus must maneuver a small wooden marble through a complex network of staircases, spirals, multi-planar hairpin turns and even a vortex. The Superplexus is mounted on a sphere so the player can tilt the sphere in any direction to guide the little marble along the right track. The difficulty of guiding the marble can also be customized.

Each Superplexus is handmade from Finnish birch and takes over 400 hours to construct. The gadget is heavy and weighs over 65lbs. Because the Superplexus is rather large and handmade, it’s also quite expensive. Consumers can expect to pay $30,000 for the Superplexus.

Via Ohgizmo

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