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Build tricky towers with these tricky bricks! Will your impossible towers wobble or win - as you discover each brick has a different balance to it, some are equal while others are not! Challenge and impress your friends as your bricks stand in awkward and precarious forms - the more bricks you have the more tricky towers you can build!
It is VERY important to print with 100% density. The blocks in the images had a layer height of 0.15, and to print the entire set takes approx 16 hours. It uses approx. 242g of filament.
How to play with them
Be creative and challenge yourself to build an impossible tower - make it look as gravity defying as possible! Playing in twos is really fun too - try to balance each other's pieces. Making sure you use up all the pieces in the collection is a challenge too since the last brick could be tricky! Then when its completed try to swap as many parts with each other without it toppling. There are endless configurations of stacking the pieces. When you’re done you can topple them over in satisfaction!
The design is practical for support free 3D printing, meaning no waste material is created during manufacturing, and the game can be played straight off the print bed!
Check back to Lucia's MyMiniFactory profile over the next few weeks for tricky brick add-on packs, and adaptations of the game, which will be available to dowload and 3D print for free directly from MyMiniFactory
Have fun! - but remember - don't knock 'em till you try 'em!!
How To: Follow these very difficult and complicated instruction....ok ready?! - print with 100% density And thats pretty much it, the blocks in the images had a layer height of 0.15, and to print the entire set takes approx 16 hours. and uses 242g of filament.