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Puzzler is the giant combined form of Tic Tac, Pocket, Crossword, Jig Saw, Rube, and Zig Zag.


Challenge of the GoBots cartoon[edit]

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Auto Madic

Fun Publications[edit]

Transformers Timelines[edit]

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Vector Prime noted that in Gargent 984.08 Alpha, Puzzler was just a sparkless drone. Ask Vector Prime, 2015/06/27 TFWikiFavicon.png

Road Ranger recalled the Puzzler combiner team. High Noon

Renegade Rhetoric[edit]

Six Heads are Better than One Combiner Wars Part 1 Combiner Wars Part 2

"Echoes and Fragments"[edit]

Tic Tac and company briefly formed Puzzler aboard Astrotrain, as the Renegades and Decepticons fought over who would be the new leader. Echoes and Fragments

Ask Vector Prime[edit]

To be part of his Thirteen Great Demon Generals, Bio Ranger Iga collected Puzzler's components from Gargent 1184.10 Gamma and permanently fused them into Puzzler. While the individual components didn't take kindly to the process, Puzzler swore loyalty to Iga for his continued and unbroken existence. Ask Vector Prime, 2015/06/27 TFWikiFavicon.png



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  • Puzzler (1985)
    • Renegade Robot Giant
A straight import of the Machine Robo Machine Puzzler, Puzzler is formed from six smaller toys, with Tic Tac and Jig Saw forming the body, Pocket and Crossword as the arms, and Rube and Zig Zag as the legs. Puzzler's components were available either individually or as a set.
Puzzler's instructions show Rube as the right leg and Zig Zag as the left, but the box art has them in the opposite positions. They can be attached in either configuration.
Learn more about Puzzler at Counter-X.net

Machine Men[edit]

  • Puzzlers (1985)
    • Friendly Puzzler Robot
The six Puzzler toys were released as Friendly Machine Men by Bandai Australia in 1985. Only available separately, the figures remained identical to their Machine Robo counterparts, albeit packaged on black backing cards with a neon green outline of their combined form in the background. The majority of the new packaging was reused for their European Robo Machines release.