Lessing Follies Plus Stacking Game
Follies is an exiting game of skill for young and old alike and can be played by one to three players. There are 14 wedges of wood of different sizes to be stacked. The aim is to test the limits of balance and to not make the tower collapse.
Follies can be used to stack towers, arches or any other constructs.
Lessing Little Woodman Balance Game
If you have ever gone on a hike in the mountains, you'll have seen cairns - several stones stacked on top of each other, defying gravity as they stretch into the sky. They used to be vital, pointing out the safe paths and also serve as country art. With this game, you can build your own man of wood, to experience the laws of gravity anew in a special way.
Lessing How Are You?
How are you? Happy, sad, angry? With these blocks you can express your mood in 56 different ways.
Lessing Build A Wall
To those who dare to take a walk through the local valleys and meadows every once in a while they see a familiar sight: artistically crafted walls that line the sides of many paths - made entirely with stones and without the use of any other means. A few decades ago people used to build walls, stairs, terraces, and even whole houses with stones from the immediate surroundings, most of the time without even using mortar. With Build a wall, everybody can try to build their own straight wall using stones that are not of exact geometrical shape. That's not easy. Next time you go for a wall you'll surely be looking at the old walls with different eyes.
Lessing Build A Wall Puzzle
Building a wall out of differently sized and shaped stones is a real challenge. Especially when the stones have to fit into a given frame. This is the only rule of the wall puzzle - all stones that were in the wall have to fit in there again. Most likely you'll never achieve the same setup again. The wall will look different with every attempt, because each stone can be placed in up to 10 different ways.
How to start: Take all the stones out of the box, set up the frame and start building. Try to keep the gaps as small as possible.