Einstein's House Riddle

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Are you part of the 2% who can solve this riddle? 

As the ultimate problem-solver and a lover of brainteasers, it has been suggested that Einstein might have written this classic riddle himself!

It’s a fun but challenging test of deductive reasoning. The aim is to use the fifteen clues to arrange the pieces of the wooden houses in the right place to work out who owns the fish.

It is believed that 98% of those who try, cannot solve it. Can you claim your space in the 2% whose genius might just rival that of the great man himself?

Check out our Professor Puzzle range for more awesome games, puzzles and brainteasers – including the rest of the Einstein Collection! 

  • The game includes 5 different coloured houses and 20 different variable pieces.
  • Challenge your deductive reasoning as you attempt to rearrange the pieces correctly in each house using only 15 clues. 
  • Develop your problem-solving skills: Can you solve the riddle and figure out who owns the fish?

Product details: 

  • Suitable for ages 8+
  • Difficulty rating 5 out of 5
  • Set contains a 2 Part Disentanglement and Assembly Puzzle
  • Box dimensions: 29.5cm x 14cm x 3cm
  • Solutions can be found at professorpuzzle.com

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