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Code: LK-10
Year: 1986
Parts: 66
Instructions: Download

Probably the most bizarre set in a very weird line. Yeng is, as you can see, just a cube of links and connectors. Matchbox I guess wanted to angle for a slice of the Rubik's Cube market, trying to tempt the kids into finding how many different ways they could make a cube from the parts. I can't say I've ever bothered.

Yeng seems to be a repackage of the Cube Puzzle in slightly different colours and somehow worked into the Linkit Saga (a Yeng is visible on the pack-in leaflet art), though I'm not sure when the Cube Puzzle actually came out - most likely in 1985.