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Trouble known as Frustration in the UK and Kimble in Finland is a board game in which players compete to be the first to send four pieces all the way around a board. Pieces are moved according to the roll of a die. The Hasbro game Sorry!
This travel version of the classic Trouble game has the same Pop-O-Matic die roller but it's a smaller, more compact size. Keep popping those dice and moving your pegs at every turn and you just might be able to get all your pegs across the finish line for the win! When the game is over, just pop the pegs into their finish lines and close the cover for easy storage.
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Journet Puzzle Checklist Non-Journet Boxes Bottles and Glass The emphasis here is on steady hands, perseverance, and lots of patience rather than logical analysis. In his seminal book Puzzles Old and New published inAngelo John Lewis, writing under the pen name "Professor Louis Hoffmann" described the class of dexterity puzzles as those "which do not depend upon any secret, or intellectual process, but upon some knack, only to be obtained by repeated persistent effort of the 'try and try again' kind on the part of the operator. Some collectors of mechanical puzzles shun the dexterity category. Dexterity puzzles are covered in Chapter I of Hoffmann's book, and the first example listed, No.