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Bubble Pent

This reminds me of the Hexaminx or the Rex Cube but harder.

Thank you Oskar for allowing us to use your videos.  If you would like to see more of Oskar’s videos, go to Oskar’s Youtube Channel.

Copyright (c) 2013, M. Oskar van Deventer.

 
 
 

V-Cube 7x7x7 Tutorial

This is quite a long and extensive solution for the 7x7x7 made in 17 parts.  You can go here for all the parts to it.

You can purchase the V-Cube 7x7x7 at Puzzle Master.

Thank you Twisty Puzzling for allowing us to use your videos. If you would like to see more of his videos, go to Twisty Puzzling`s Youtube Channel.

Copyright (c) 2013, Twisty Puzzling

 
 
 

How to Solve a Gear Cube Extreme / Ultimate

One of my favorite cubes to play with.  Have only solved it twice but this is a nice solution to get it right.

You can purchase a Gear Cube Extreme 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

 
 
 

Square Mixup

Another version of the Square Mixup puzzle.

Thank you Oskar for allowing us to use your videos.  If you would like to see more of Oskar’s videos, go to Oskar’s Youtube Channel.

Copyright (c) 2013, M. Oskar van Deventer.

 
 
 

How to Solve the Face-Turning Octahedron

You can purchase the Face-Turning Octahedron at Puzzle Master.

Thank you Twisty Puzzling for allowing us to use your videos. If you would like to see more of his videos, go to Twisty Puzzling`s Youtube Channel.

Copyright (c) 2013, Twisty Puzzling

 
 
 

World’s Smallest Rubik’s Cube.

Such a tiny little cube.  Hard to believe it’s still useable.  Kenneth has got a lot of patience to get this puzzle together.

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

 
 
 

Cubic Trisection

This puzzle was first shown to George Miller by Robert Reid, demonstrating all the different ways a cube could be trisected by three equal parts.  It’s quite an interesting puzzle and I’m sure it will stump a lot of people.

Thank you Oskar for allowing us to use your videos.  If you would like to see more of Oskar’s videos, go to Oskar’s Youtube Channel.

Copyright (c) 2013, M. Oskar van Deventer.

 
 
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