Solving The JAPANESE BINARY Puzzle Box!! - 32 Moves!

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  • Published on: 13 March 2019
  • Today I'm going to attempt to solve this Japanese Binary Puzzle Box made by the Karakuri Creation Group. This Box requires 32 specific moves in order to unlock. Enjoy!

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COMMENTS: 40

  • Chris Ramsay
    Chris Ramsay   6 days ago

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  • nelis fabré
    nelis fabré   2 hours ago

    This is more a towernof hanoi, than a binary puzzle

  • iRisk951
    iRisk951   8 hours ago

    I love your puzzle videos please keep me coming !👌🏻

  • Emerald
    Emerald   10 hours ago

    Still watching this, but I think binary was the biggest hint. The position of each face seems to be like an "on/off", and the sequence fits binary counting, where I'm at so far. If you think of face 1 as the ones place, face 2 as the twos place, face 3 as the 4s place, and so forth, the pattern you have to reach to unlock each new face reflects counting in binary.000001000010000011000100000101000110000111etc.

  • Joey Bradley
    Joey Bradley   11 hours ago

    https://youtu.be/YyswFF_HolE check me out that my dog buddy

  • Catman
    Catman   11 hours ago

    my guess based on the name and the current pattern, its based on binary000000100000010000110000001000101000011000111000000100100100010100110100001100101100011100111100000010100010010010110010001010101010011010111010000110100110010110110110001110101110011110111110000001and of course I realize after this I type ever single number backwards

  • Unreel Media
    Unreel Media   17 hours ago

    They need to make a non binary puzzle too so everyone can play.

  • SLW Gaming
    SLW Gaming   18 hours ago

    Where did you buy your hoodie?😲

  • Okino w
    Okino w   22 hours ago

    one to the one to the tree

  • Charlele ____
    Charlele ____   23 hours ago

    Was the sheet of plastic polarized? Also, have you ever seen trick pens? They have a band of thinner plastic around the part that gets 'distorted' and that piece of plastic shrivels with heat.

  • scoobysnax
    scoobysnax   1 days ago

    posting my guess as 1,2,1,3,2,3~ etc

  • gianni
    gianni   1 days ago

    love the background music

  • Xj18A
    Xj18A   1 days ago

    I like this guy.

  • Melvin Corpuz
    Melvin Corpuz   1 days ago

    Your videos are so satisfaying to watch. I love watching every single vidoes you are uploading :) . I'm a Filipino Fan of yours hoping to catch your attention, lol😂. Ganna subscribe to your channel now 😁

  • rytram prophet
    rytram prophet   1 days ago

    people who understand binary would have solved this easy. its all in knowing how binary counts. that was the trick and only hint to the puzzle. but if you don't know binary, then it would understandably take someone longer.

  • Keith Judge
    Keith Judge   1 days ago

    Wondering whether the patterns on the sides were enough to solve it without your sticky numbers, seeing as the sides had a pattern.

  • Mick Schilder
    Mick Schilder   1 days ago

    my guess after 7:02: 1,2 1,3; 1,2 1,4; 1,2 1,3 1,2 1,5; 1,2 1,3; 1,2 1,4; 1,2 1,3 1,2 1,6.

  • CottonShot 1
    CottonShot 1   2 days ago

    This dude is my long lost best friend. He just doesn’t know it. Yes I know, this comment sounds weird and creepy

  • CantankerousOldMan
    CantankerousOldMan   2 days ago

    Geez, and the only way I can solve a crossword puzzle is to wait a week for the answers to come out.

  • acalthu
    acalthu   2 days ago

    you need to write down the sequences somewhere. 1>2, 1>3, 1>2, 1>4

  • Jona Hofman
    Jona Hofman   2 days ago

    It's amazing how you can solve all these puzzles I'm already struggling with messed up earbuds

  • HannahAnneOnline
    HannahAnneOnline   2 days ago

    so the magic trick is easy for the distortion for the pen, if you notice, he is holding the pen in the area that the distortion takes place, making the trick, a trick of the hand

  • Rafael Perrella
    Rafael Perrella   2 days ago

    Greymoonbros posted the right solution (Gray-code), but there is a simpler "hack" to this problem. You can solve it just by knowing how to count (in binary).If you've made N moves so far, the face to be moved in move N+1 is the bit that becomes 1 (from right to left) when going from number N to number N+1 in binary. Easier to understand with an example: you've made 9 (b1001) moves so far. So in move 10 (b1010) you would move face 2, since that's the bit that becomes 1 when going from b1001 to b1010.Table in format [<decimal>: <binary> (<which 1-indexed bit becomes 1>)]_0: 000000_1: 000001 (1)_2: 000010 (2)_3: 000011 (1)_4: 000100 (3)_5: 000101 (1)_6: 000110 (2)_7: 000111 (1)_8: 001000 (4)_9: 001001 (1)10: 001010 (2)11: 001011 (1)12: 001100 (3)13: 001101 (1)14: 001110 (2)15: 001111 (1)16: 010000 (5)17: 010001 (1)18: 010010 (2)19: 010011 (1)20: 010100 (3)21: 010101 (1)22: 010110 (2)23: 010111 (1)24: 011000 (4)25: 011001 (1)26: 011010 (2)27: 011011 (1)28: 011100 (3)29: 011101 (1)30: 011110 (2)31: 011111 (1)32: 100000 (6)

  • Mr. Sway
    Mr. Sway   2 days ago

    You covered the twist in the pen with your fingers. Hmmmmm cmon Chris...BLOW MY MIND

  • Steven Szefler
    Steven Szefler   2 days ago

    Hey Chris, just subscribed been watching the puzzle vids to keep an active mind . Great channel! maybe the sides have differences in them that you need to look closer at. striping or wood grains could be different

  • Kyle Klatt
    Kyle Klatt   3 days ago

    Tfw you don't know what binary means