A Colorful Journey through Endless Patterns of Quick Wits
Home  /  Puzzles  /  Put-Together Puzzles  /  Double-Bubble

Double-Bubble*

Put-Together Puzzles

by Peter and Serhiy Grabarchuk

Sample of "Bubble Dipole"
A sample of a "bubble dipole."
Each tile of this puzzle is a two-sided rhombus with two color bubbles depicted on each of its sides as mirror images. Using all the five rhombuses, assemble them into some shape so that five pairs of bubbles appear; a sample of such a "bubble dipole" is shown at left. Note that a "dipole" is a small rhombus with two bubbles, but colors of bubbles in each pair do not matter. Keep in mind that no two "dipoles" should be adjacent (having a common side), but they can contact at a corner, if at all.

The tiles can be rotated and/or flipped over, but not overlapped. To move a tile, click and drag it. To rotate a tile, click it. To flip a tile, click it holding the SPACE key. Use "Restart" to start the puzzle over again.
*) This puzzle is based on the Coupled Hearts puzzle by Serhiy Grabarchuk, Jr. Puzzle concept: Copyright 2007 Peter and Serhiy Grabarchuk. All Rights Reserved.
 
Last Updated: October 14, 2008
Posted: May 21, 2007
< Home  |  Privacy Policy  |  About Age of Puzzles  |  Contact Us  |  Link to Us
Copyright 2005-2008 Serhiy Grabarchuk. All Rights Reserved
Design by Art of Puzzle
Home
Puzzles
Projects
Collections
Books
Publications
News
Makers
Shops
Links
Theory
History
Events
Masters
 
Serhiy Grabarchuk Puzzles