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The classic block puzzle has been taken to amazing new heights with Clear Mystery.
Most magicians are probably familiar with the iconic building block puzzle magic trick where a magician completes a building block puzzle piece by piece. Once it’s finished, the performer comes across another block. Even with this extra piece, the magician is still able to complete the puzzle. This is repeated a few times and is incredible to watch. However, the truly mind-blowing magical moment comes when it’s revealed that, despite all these additional pieces, the magician is still able to fit the puzzle in its original box.
Clear Mystery evolves this iconic piece of magic by removing the need to cover up any secret moves or use any secret methods to get rid of the extra blocks. The box cannot be enlarged or reduced—you can have it examined by the audience.
Key Features of Clear Mystery:
- Super easy
- No magnets
- No palming blocks
- Everything is done in front of the audience
- The block and box can be examined by the audience
- Completely angle proof, allowing it to be performed completely surrounded
Each Clear Mystery set comes with acrylic building blocks and collection boxes. With the included comprehensive online tutorial, you’ll be able to start mesmerizing your audiences with this amazing illusion shortly after receiving it.
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robin asks: How is this different from the Tenyo Perpetual Puzzle? Description says this is brand new but appear to be almost identical.
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- 1. Kevin answers: It's an old concept and the Tenyo one is the same.
I guess it depends on whether you like clear or colored!
Evan asks: If it's transparent, how is it visible to the audience?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The pieces are transparent but the edges show up nicely. If you are unsure you can just watch the video and you will see what I mean.