This puzzle slides together quite easily, if you know the trick! Try to put the pieces together in the wrong order and they will block each other from interlocking. 

Step 1: The Parts

You will need:
-128 1x2 plates
-12 2x2 plates
-52 2x2 tiles

Step 2: The Sticks

Each piece that you need to make will be a 2x8 stick that is made of a combination of plates and tile. There is an entirely smooth one, and two types with a 2x2 plate on them, either at the very top or two studs down. The picture shows all the parts you need to make. 

Each part is made of of 4 of these sticks, 3 with a 2x2 plate and one smooth one on top. 

Step 3: Part A

Follow the pictures to build Part A.

Step 4: Part B

Follow the pictures to build Part B.

Step 5: Part C

Follow the pictures to build Part C.

Step 6: Part D

Follow the pictures to build Part D.

Step 7: Solving the Puzzle

I built a nano one. It works just the same. When it was finished, it was 4x4 on the top
<p>I built a mini one a couple years ago! instead of 2x8 sticks, I did 1x4 sticks.</p>
<p>Did it stay together? I imagine with only one connection point for the parts that it'd be pretty difficult to handle the puzzle. </p>
surprisingly well! but it was a little flimsy :)
Your bendy lego is cool, but these puzzles are amazing. Love this one and the intersecting planes :D<br>Please post more! Loving it.<br><br>Exscaly :D
Thanks! I tried to get out as much stuff as I could for the Toy Challenge 2 but I have a few more things that I'd like to post in the future.

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