Abraham’s Well has many separate steps to solve with a level of complexity comparable or surpassing previous multi-step sequential discovery puzzles like the Plugged Well or the Opening Bat. There is definitely a lot of puzzling in a very compact space. The puzzle can be separated into are 23 individual parts. There are another 21 parts that are glued into the body and never actually come out of the puzzle.
A huge part of the puzzling is to work out which of these 23 parts are tools, and which are not. The tools are very well hidden.
No bashing, no external tools, and no brute strength are needed to solve Abraham’s Well. You don’t even need to tap anything. There’s a tool for every step of the puzzle, you just have to find it.
There are elements in the puzzle Brian would consider as much easier than 10/10. But he’s incorporated completely new ideas in this puzzle too so that always throws a spanner in the works and makes the puzzle harder. Overall, we do think it’s a very difficult puzzle but only time will tell. To work it out with his intended solution we believe it’s definitely worthy of the 10/10 rating.
With so many levels how will you know when you’re finished?
The ultimate goal is to find the uniquely Australian token Brian has placed inside the puzzle. There can be no mistaking once you’ve found it. Although it might take a bit of googling to understand, this small pewter object represents a link between Australia and Abraham’s Well. Clue: ANZAC 1917
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