6X6X6 & UP
The first 11x11x11, custom made by casting after CADding the masters.
The first working prototype to break the border (11x11x11) set by the Verdes patent.
The puzzles title couldn't be more descriptive.
A mass produced cube of high order. Strangely it went to market after some cubes of even higher order were published.
Another cube for which one might ask: Why? Mass produced after the 13x13x13 and the 17x17x17.
A mass produced cube of very high order.
Formerly the highest order cube, beaten by Greg’s 33x33x33
CUBE (SHAPE CHANGING)
3x3x4 Mixup Plus Cube
A mass produced Mixup Cube. Compared with the "3x3x3"-variant one ring is further split up.
4x4x4 Mixup Revenge
A 4x4x4 with a hole that allows a reduced set of pieces to move during a slice turn.
A much simpler try on the mixup concept with a higher order cube.
A cube with pentagonal icositetrahedral symmetry, and 24 axes of rotation. A jumbling-only puzzle.
A face turning dodecahedron with 9 (!) cuts parallel to each side.
The dodecahedral equivalent of the Bagua Cube.