SonicWarp puzzles

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Re: SonicWarp puzzles

Post by homework52 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:35 am

Thanks greenwolf. My Copernisis arrived in the mail an hour ago so I'll put off buying a Tarka for now, but I think I'll go for the blue when I do (assuming they're still available).
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Re: SonicWarp puzzles

Post by prodigy » Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:46 am

greenwolf86 wrote:I heard of one but can't remember where; either on Facebook or from Andrew on ebay (reevesaa).
I think it is the same as a standard tarka, so "easier" than the extreme.
I thought also the Extreme Tarka was as the normal one, but maybe the Extreme version is similar to the Devil version? All different colors should be the same puzzle except the Red Devil Tarka (and maybe the Blue Extreme Tarka).

I have owned the normal Gold version and the Devil version. The first half is the same on both to release the key, but the second half to find the code inside is harder on the Devil version, but also the normal Tarka is hard to solve.

Regarding the Copernisis. Solve it in the intended way (it is possible to just do trial and error with a method), but it is a good puzzle / problem to solve if you just do it in the intended way. Feel free to send me questions if you have any.
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Re: SonicWarp puzzles

Post by homework52 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:16 pm

prodigy wrote:Regarding the Copernisis. Solve it in the intended way (it is possible to just do trial and error with a method), but it is a good puzzle / problem to solve if you just do it in the intended way. Feel free to send me questions if you have any.
The Copernisis seems to be quite controversial in this regard. I'm intrigued by the idea of calculating some formula and translating it (somehow) to the puzzle with information found elsewhere. It's a unique approach compared to the other puzzles I have.
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Re: SonicWarp puzzles

Post by greenwolf86 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:52 pm

100% agree with that statement. I really enjoyed the "twist" in the equation which had me stumped for a while. Unfortunately some of the Copernisis had assembly issues which makes it hard to open the equation chamber (or impossible without disassembling the puzzle). Of my 4 puzzles, I could only open the chamber on 2 of them.

The extreme tarka is different from the standard (small change in the RoH), but I put "easy" in quotes in a previous post because I found that the change actually made it easier to solve than the standard version.

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Re: SonicWarp puzzles

Post by prodigy » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:47 pm

greenwolf86 wrote:Unfortunately some of the Copernisis had assembly issues which makes it hard to open the equation chamber (or impossible without disassembling the puzzle). Of my 4 puzzles, I could only open the chamber on 2 of them.
I have not heard this. I have also owned 4 Copernisis and I had no problem to open any of them, but some of the older versions was hard to open (you need strong nails :) ).
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Re: SonicWarp puzzles

Post by homework52 » Sat Oct 14, 2017 10:31 pm

Copernisis solved, but I'll admit it was half on purpose, half by accident. Some of the pins I "picked" based on how they felt so really I only had to apply the formula to a couple of them. That and I was able to go backwards to make the formula fit the puzzle. I wasn't even expecting the tray to open when it did but at least that part I had figured out on my own, so wasn't random chance.

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Re: SonicWarp puzzles

Post by Kirk2000 » Sun Oct 15, 2017 2:19 pm

Good job.. That is how I did it. 1/2 computation, 1/2 feel. What ever works.. KIRK
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Re: SonicWarp puzzles

Post by Jm26rob » Sat Jan 06, 2018 1:42 pm

hi,

does anybody have a devil isis they are willing to sell? i sold mine a few years ago and would like to get one back.

wasnt sure where to post this so apologies if its tge wrong location.

thanks

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Re: SonicWarp puzzles

Post by ghxost » Wed Jan 16, 2019 2:33 am

How do you tell the version of a ramisis?
Have one all one solid color, tip too, copper/gold color

Curious how one would know what version it is...

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Re: SonicWarp puzzles

Post by greenwolf86 » Wed Jan 16, 2019 3:25 am

That would be the G1 (first generation), or possibly if you are lucky the Ramisi5, a limited edition of the G1 which added some difficulty. G2 has a different color tip than the rest of the pyramid and is inscribed with GII instead of a placenta at the top. Extremes were all Yellow/Gold tip and Blue other layers. Devils were black tips and red other layers.
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