In the video is the world record holder Feliks Zemdegs and his time of 5.882 seconds on the Rubik’s 3x3x3. That is quite an impressive time. I’m sure he must be able to slow down time to accomplish this. My hands don’t even move that fast, let alone my brain thinking that fast.
You can purchase a 3x3x3 rotational puzzle at Puzzle Master.
Thank you Kenneth for allowing us to use your videos. If you would like to see more of Kenneth’s videos, go to Kenneth’s Youtube Channel.
Copyright (c) 2013, Kenneth Brandon
Meffert’s Pyraminx doesn’t need any introductions when it comes to successful Twisty Puzzles. Not everyone knows this, but the Pyraminx was actually the first ever Twisty puzzle to be invented, back in 1970, four years before the Rubik’s Cube. Over 40 years later, the puzzle is still going strong as the second best-selling puzzle in the world. I guess people still prefer cubes over pyramids…
With all this popularity, it’s not a surprise knowing that there are too many Pyraminx versions and variations that cannot simply be count by the fingers of your hands. My latest acquisition is [Read More...]
Geared Mixup v2 is like the Gear Cube in that it has gears. What Gear Cube doesn’t have but this one does is that you can turn the gears every side instead of every 2 sides. What this translates to is a Gear puzzle that is much like the 3×3 in solving. Still makes my head spin when looking at the gears move. I would like to use this one myself as it looks very interesting.
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There are so many different variations of the Rubik’s Cube out there that it is hard to keep track of every one. This is the Master Skewb. The pieces have been twisted sideways to make your mind think even more then usual. I for one would love to try to solve this. This is a solution to it in case you get stuck.
You can purchase the Master Skewb at Puzzle Master.
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3D Printing has become a big hit with the puzzle community. What could be better then having an idea for a puzzle and printing it out on your printer? Here Oskar talks about his latest puzzles called French Fries and LayerByLayer, a 3D printing company.
You can get the 3D Printable version at LayerByLayer.
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Copyright (c) 2013, M. Oskar van Deventer.
In today’s post we will be highlighting a video done by Twisty Puzzling which is a solution to the Professor Pyraminx. This is a two part solution. His solutions are always very well done and will definitely help you to solve this hard puzzle. There is a reason why Puzzle Master has rated it a 10/10 for difficulty. This video will also be posted in the Video Solutions section of the site.
You can purchase the Professor Pyraminx at [Read More...]
Kenneth Brandon Introduces to us the Bandagable Lego Rubik’s Cube that he has made. This is a very good idea that will make the DIY people happy. He explains exactly how to make it and what you can do with it. He is not the first to do it but explains it really well.
Thank you Kenneth for allowing us to use your videos. If you would like to see more of Kenneth’s videos, go to [Read More...]