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SOMA News 10 Jan 1999 (21.8.99)
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My Plastic SOMA  Block by Block

The compagny 'Binary Arts' http://www.puzzles.com have produced a game set, that they call 'Block by Block', actually it is SOMA.
It is really a nice package, highly recommendable if you want your own Soma set, or an extra travel set.
It seem to be sold from most Toy shops (At least here in Denmark). A few dealer names are found below.
The set is in light blue plastic and comes together with a deck of playing cards, showing 60 different figures to build. And their solutions.
Most were already in my list.
Unfortunately there are two minor drawbacks:


Binary Arts Card Numbers - My figure numbers.
BA 1 - 111   BA16 - 005   BA31 - 095   BA46 - 088
BA 2 - 012   BA17 - 114   BA32 - 119   BA47 - 017
BA 3 - 072   BA18 - 115   BA33 - 085   BA48 - 008
BA 4 - B004  BA19 - 042   BA34 - 093   BA49 - 043
BA 5 - 112   BA20 - 013   BA35 - 006   BA50 - 121
BA 6 - 073   BA21 - 116   BA36 - 120   BA51 - 082
BA 7 - 074   BA22 - 078   BA37 - 094   BA52 - 079
BA 8 - 075   BA23 - 117   BA38 - 092   BA53 - 035
BA 9 - 076   BA24 - 059   BA39 - 080   BA54 - 048
BA10 - 036   BA25 - 003   BA40 - 086   BA55 - 084
BA11 - 023   BA26 - 091   BA41 - 060   BA56 - 122
BA12 - 025   BA27 - 032   BA42 - 010   BA57 - 123
BA13 - 077   BA28 - 118   BA43 - 081   BA58 - 083
BA14 - 051   BA29 - 090   BA44 - 089   BA59 - 096
BA15 - 113   BA30 - 026   BA45 - 087   BA60 - 001
Note the similarities between the figures:
111 => B032 (NO they are NOT identical), 113 => 050, 114 => 025, 118 => 102, 115 => 057.

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