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 Creating a Cuboid by Richard Candy Which of the patterns can be folded to create a full, 1x1x2 cuboid shown in the middle? Parts of the pattern must not overlap each other. Play  |  Download
 House Unfold by The Grabarchuk Family Which pattern forms a full house when folded along the dotted lines? No parts of the patterns should overlap each other. Play  |  Download
 Big Square Fold by The Grabarchuk Family You have a square sheet of paper colored on one side and white on the other. What is the fewest number of simple folds you should perform to make the biggest square colored on both sides? Play  |  Download
 Cubed Rectangles by Peter Grabarchuk Eight possible folding patterns for a unit cube. But not all of them are correct. Find out which can be successfully folded into the cube and which cannot. A spatial challenge to train and enrich your imagination. Play  |  Download
 Color Prism Patterns by Peter Grabarchuk It is known only two among eight colored patterns can produce two identically colored prisms when folded. Can you spot them correctly in this "2D-to-3D" folding-spatial puzzle? Play  |  Download
 Cubed Triangles by Peter Grabarchuk A shape consists of five adjacent squares and two triangles. There are some variations of the shape provided. The goal is to figure out which of them can be folded into a cube. A good exercise to train your spatial reasoning. Play  |  Download
 Toy Strip Origami by Peter Grabarchuk Three colored strips have to be folded into three colored letters. The key idea is to keep the number of the performed folds as low as possible. Is it a challenge that would be TOY to you? Play  |  Download
 Square to Cube by Martin Gardner Cut out some shape from a perfect square, then apply to it some folding and get... a perfect cube. It's not squaring the circle, but could it be cubing the square? Play  |  Download
 Strip to Cube by Martin Gardner A strip of six squares is not among those hexominoes that can be folded into a one-unit cube. But it's said the seventh square added to the strip may help. Play  |  Download
 Strip to Pentagon by Henry E. Dudeney Can the rectangle coordinates provide us with a perfect pentagon? Yes, they can! Now the puzzle is to reveal how to make such a pentagon from... a simple strip. Play  |  Download
 Fold the Sheet by Henry E. Dudeney There are many ways to fold a 2x4 rectangle into a 1x1 packet. But what is the way for folding it into a packet with numbers in serial order inside? Play  |  Download
 Funny Fold by Scott Kim A funny C letter states it can be folded from some capital letter and only within one fold. But what letter it can be if C insists it was not a capital L? Play  |  Download
 Triangle Folds by Serhiy Grabarchuk Three rectangles to an equilateral triangle! Should there be any mystery or you simply have to fold them - precisely one fold for each rectangle? Play  |  Download
 Last Updated: October 9, 2012 top