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Most puzzles on instructables that I've found have been common 3x3x3's, and maybe a magnetic 2x2x2 :):) (courtesy of burzvingion). Does anybody know that there are like... BILLIONS of other types of twisty puzzles? I'll upload some pics of examples. any questions of what they are and I'll answer them.

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Nicolas M6 years ago
YES!!! Finally someone that (just like I do) realizes instructables has nothing on different twisty puzzles, I mean, what about Square-1, Skewb, Megaminx, Pyraminx, etc.
i have 3x3 and revenge and proffessor and still going
super_genius (author) 7 years ago
YES. I got my v-cube 7 (the farthest left in the pictures) for christmas. yes, odd numbered puzzles are much harder than even numbered, because on odd numbers you have a set center. sudocubes CAN have more than one solution, depending on the brand of cube you get.
Did you do a ible on making odd number cubes or a basic idea on how to solve them because it be pretty cool if you did one.
I made an instructable, the method I used is usable for any cube over 3x3, but I use it on the 7x7 when I do virtual solves until I get my real 7x7. Don't know what you're saying though super genius, about the even being more difficult, It's way easier than the even cubes, because you know where each center should be. And, I hate parity errors that don't let me get a cross with a passion.
comodore7 years ago
These cubes only bring me nightmares!!! :D If i get one, I will not stop until I solve it! I never seen the triangle one,Master Tetrahedron, look very interesting a demanding...as well as the Gigaminx.
Goodhart7 years ago
I believe I have fooled around with a friend's tetrahedron, and if I am not mistaken, they are not so difficult.....but it has been awhile so I might not remember that correctly.
super_genius (author)  Goodhart7 years ago
probably just a pyraminx. tetrahedrons are VERY challenging, especially masters.
Flumpkins7 years ago
I knew that. Look up "Rubiks Collections" on Youtube.
Goodhart7 years ago
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