Japanese puzzle and toy manufacturer Huzzle is working with Nintendo to release a new line of The Legend of Zelda logic puzzles. The three new models are inspired by the Master Sword, the Triforce, and the Royal Crest of the royal family of Hyrule. They are planned to release in June 2023, and each one will cost 3,300 JPY (or roughly $24 USD). [Thanks, Famitsu!]
You can take a better look at the three new The Legend of Zelda Huzzle puzzles here:
Huzzle is a Japanese company well known for creating logic puzzles aimed at adults. The goal in these puzzles is to remove pieces of an object in sequential order and disassemble it to solve it, as well as reassemble it. In addition, each puzzle has a different difficulty level, going from 1-star “fun” puzzles to 6-star “Grand Master” difficulty level puzzles.
The Legend of Zelda Royal Crest puzzle is of 4-star difficulty, which is considered “hard.” Meanwhile, the Triforce is a 5-star expert puzzle, and the Master Sword is a 6-star Grand Master one.
As a reminder, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom will come out in May 2023, and Nintendo recently released a 10-minute gameplay video showcasing the game.
The new The Legend of Zelda Huzzle puzzles are modeled after the Triforce, Master Sword, and Royal Crest. Each one costs 3,300 JPY (~$24 USD), and they are scheduled to release in June 2023.