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A fair 14-sided die in the form of a heptagonal trapezohedron and a fair 8-sided die ("Skew d8") in the form of a triangular dihedron.
This is a cute graphical computing device which finds the roots of a quadratic polynomial. Stretch the (included) string between two scales representing the coefficients of the polynomial, and it tells you the roots! This device is based on an…
Burr puzzle designed by Oskar van Deventer (used with permission). For G4G14, this 14-piece puzzle felt appropriate. Contrary to the name of the puzzle, these exchange puzzles are in fact rather small.

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I am making paper flexagons with Penrose patterns on them to illustrate the patterns. My stuff touches three things from Martin Gardner, Flexagons, Penrose Tiles, and Polyominos (the classification system for tetraflexagons is based on these with a…
An animal based who-is-who in which with the right three questions any animal becomes uniquely identified using a ternary "sieve". For the first 16 animals this also works in binary.

This is a rolling block puzzle. Roll the block from the start location to the end location. Avoid the obstacles in your path, and don't roll the block over its beveled edge. It will take some decaflops to get to the finish!
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