Sliding 15 Tile Puzzle Numbered Classic Pocket Game
    Item #: 26616

    Sliding 15 Tile Puzzle Numbered Classic Pocket Game

    Ratings Snapshot
    3.8
    out of 5
    5 (3)
    4 (0)
    3 (1)
    2 (0)
    1 (1)
    Would recommend this product.
    40%
    Price:  $1.99
    10 available for immediate delivery
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    Test your skills with one of the worlds oldest puzzles - the 15 Puzzle Game. Just mix up the numbers and then try to put them all back in order.

    • Plastic Game
    • Comes Blister Carded
    • Includes Clear Plastic Carrying Case
    • Recommended for Children 8+
    • Board Measures: 2.5 inches
    Weight: 0.10 lbs

    Customer Ratings & Reviews

    5
    Ratings Snapshot
    3.8
    out of 5
    5 (3)
    4 (0)
    3 (1)
    2 (0)
    1 (1)
    Would recommend this product.
    40%
    3.8
    out of 5
    5 (3)
    4 (0)
    3 (1)
    2 (0)
    1 (1)
    Would recommend this product.
    40%
    5 Total Reviews
    15 Tile Puzzle Numbered Plastic Game
    3 out of 5
    Location: Arizona
    Date: February 9, 2016
    Of course this is an excellent game to teach young children. As it requires logic, dexterity and determination. However, I owned one of these games in the 1950's, and they were built much better. in that the corners of the tiles were rounded so the tile would slide past one another with no binding. and the edges all around the tile were chamfered. This game is almost impossible to play, since the corners will catch the edge of an adjacent tile and without a chamfer, your fingers slide across the tile. I had to physically file the corners of each tile to allow the tile to slide easily.
    Verified Buyer
    old style numbers puzzle
    5 out of 5
    Location:
    Date: February 6, 2016
    Something to do for a kid off the computer for once.
    Verified Buyer Recommended
    Fun game
    5 out of 5
    Pianogirl
    Location: Pa.
    Date: January 7, 2016
    I got a dozen of these little gems and handed them out to the family on Christmas morning. With a little financial incentive, first and second place finalists got rewarded quite nicely! You should have seen everyone sliding those tiles around - scrambling to be this years winners!! Definitely a hit with everyone.
    Verified Buyer Recommended
    Worthless
    1 out of 5
    Jeff Bobbitt
    Location: Eureka, CA, USA
    Date: May 21, 2014
    Being a true believer in “You get what you pay for,” I was not going to offer a review of this item, until today, when I received a direct communication from the seller encouraging me to do so. So here it is. As a kid in the late 1940s and early 1950s, I was absolutely enthralled with this puzzle. It gave me hours and hours of pleasure and mental stimulation. So, when I saw this one on RetroPlanet.com, I could not resist ordering one for my grandson. (I actually ordered two because I have this thing about paying more for shipping than for the actual item.) This item is a worthless made-in-China knockoff of the original. Unless you hold it in a perfectly horizontal position, the tile immediately above the empty square tends to drop partially into the empty square below jamming the movement until the fallen square is pushed back fully into its original space. If you do hold the puzzle in a horizontal position, the tiles still tend to stick and not move easily and completely into the desired space. The construction of this puzzle is very cheap and very flimsy. If you remember the original version of this puzzle, I encourage you not to buy this one. This version is frustrating and worthless. You do get what you pay for. I would pay a lot more than I did here to get a real one.
    Poor Man's Rubic Cube
    5 out of 5
    Jim Rowe
    Location: Chatsworth, CA, USA
    Date: January 4, 2014
    Ya gotta start somewhere ... We had these in the 50's in Junior High .. Ordered some for everybody in the family - They All loved them !!
    5 Total Reviews
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