This puzzle was invented by Mr Horst Holscher who has always had a mechanical thinking mind. Inspired by traditional games like chess and toys like the Rubiks cube, he invented Tricky Triangles as a 2D puzzle that younger ages may find it fun and interesting to play. The players of Tricky Triangles can mix it up and create many 2D patterns as it's a very open-ended game. Players might also enjoy trying to create the patterns in the pattern sheet provided. Horst first built prototypes of the puzzle out of wood and then plastic, making each individual part in his backyard workshop. He wished to bring this fantastic game to the public. Sadly he passed away in 2012 leaving behind an incomplete project. Inspired by his story, we at Qtoys now bring this game to you! We hope you also enjoy the game as much as we do.