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Interview with Chris Pitt (the Creator of Revomaze) why he decided to change the core design.

It has been a while since we last published a blog, we have missed it and the perfect time has come to write another one! Today’s blog post is based on the new V3 core design, we have decided to chat with Chris about why he decided to create a new design for the core and why it works better for the designer’s and the user.

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A short Q&A with Michael Whapples, a blind puzzler who loves Revomaze’s!

First question: How did you get into puzzling and Revomazes?

Hello everyone, it has been some time since we last updated you with another blog post, so today is the day! Michael began his Revomaze journey early this year and since then he has come a long way! Michael is a blind puzzler who has a number of activities he enjoys doing in his spare time. Particularly puzzles, like Revomaze! Below Michael answers some interesting questions for you, we hope you enjoy the read!

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Revo HQ had a guest! Alex’s work experience journey.

Hi everybody! Another day. Another blog post. This month is about Alex Work Experience journey and we are hugely excited to share with you Alex experience at Revomaze HQ. The team all agreed that we would like to share our very lively week at the HQ with you.

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What Alex did for his work experience.

Alex had an immense influence on the team when Alex showed his natural gift at understanding and opening puzzles. Alex not only can open puzzles, but he spends a lot of his free time playing with puzzles…

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Q&A session with Grigore.

Grigore has been a Revomaze supporter for a few years now, he knows his stuff about Revomaze’s and has had a very good experience with the Revomaze puzzles.

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Rachel interviews Shane!

More about Shane:

Shane, always known as ‘darctangent‘ on the Revomaze forum, likes to think that he had a positive impact on the Indigo, Shane said he thought it was a great opportunity and to work closely with Chris was a privilege to create a unique puzzle design.

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How can puzzling be good for your life?

You may be someone that loves solving puzzles. Maybe as entertainment, a way of alleviating stress in daily life or problem solving is something you enjoy.

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4 Tips for care of your hands using the Revomaze.

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We have an announcement – Our first YouTube!

I thought a blog post will create a good start to March. Where is time going?! Anyways…

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Q&A session with Justin Lewis.

Hi all, today’s post is a Q&A that I had with Justin. He was very keen to be apart of the interview, if you like these, I will be able to do this again with more customers. It’d be amazing to hear your feedback. Enjoy!

How did you discover Revomaze?

I was watching YouTube one evening where a guy was solving the Lotus Puzzle by Will Strijbos. I was fascinated by the craftsmanship and quality of the puzzle itself.

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New to Revomaze? If so read this.

Operating your Revomaze

The objective is to remove the centre shaft using a series of controlled twists, pulls and pushing actions until the dot on the shaft line up with the dot on the sleeve.

During the operation you may hear a ‘click’ and feel the shaft become loose.
This is a trap and you must navigate back to the beginning to start again.

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V1 Indigo Evolution – Shane Seward Q&A.

So what got you onto making your own Revomaze?

I wanted to show Chris some of my ideas. I was going to get my own core created and send it to Chris, but every machinist I went to when they saw a Revomaze core said it was beautiful, but they could not make it.

Did you have any design ideas in mind / based off something?

My friend Tom and I would discuss Revomaze on the way to work. We would try and guess what Chris could have designed to trip us up.

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Q&A session with James Bousselot

Here at HQ, we thought it would be a brill idea to do a a monthly Q+A about our amazing Revomazers. First Blog I thought we would start with James (nos6074). 

What was the first ever Puzzle you bought and why?

The first Revomaze I purchased was the blue. I got this version because I was not certain how difficult the Revomaze series would be.

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