# 3D Spatial Puzzles

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#### 9 comments:

1. Very nice puzzles. Loved all these puzzles.

2. Thank you for the share its an awesome work. However kids can try 3D Logic as well.

3. All these puzzles were very much fun to solve. Very good exercise for brain. Thanks for it.

4. wow very good fun.

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5. Very interesting puzzles. It helps to think in 3 dimension.

6. Thanks - great puzzles!

7. There are some other solutions to the last puzzle; I found 1 at #1, and 2 (with 6 "sections" of wire, instead of 4 in your solution) at #2, then I stopped searching ...

8. The keyhole puzzle has the L-shaped piece taking up 3 spaces, but if you used the side facing down as the leading edge, couldn't it go through in two spaces?

Love these puzzles. Thanks for sharing!

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