I've been told that I have way too many of these things.
I replaced the paper stickers with vinyl ones.
All stickers are reflective with a glitter like surface.
Rubik's Cube (OddzOn)
The paper stickers on these are not durable at all. I've replaced them using the sticker kits from rubiks.com.
Chex & Fruit Puzzle Cube
This cube displays Chex cereal on one side, and 5 types of fruit on the other five sides. This was a mail-order product which required proofs of purchase from Chex(tm) Cereal in order to buy.
Flag Cube II
Has the flags of the USA, UK, Sweden, South Korea, Japan and Brazil on it.
Microsoft Recruiting Cube
Some obscure software company gives these away on recruiting trips to college campuses. It advertizes some of the company's products and services.
Got this in a box of puzzles from an auction.
A large, sixties tye-dye cube with sixties symbols.
Meffert's 1999 version. I removed the tiles and put stickers on mine.
Rubik's Revenge (ITC)
Follow up to the Rubik's cube, as shown by its name.
Produced in 1982 and 1983 by Ideal in Korea and Macau.
CUBE (SHAPE PRESERVING)
Extremely rare, from what I'm told.
Skewb Key Chain
The key chain size version of the popular Mefferts puzzle. Very useful for numerous mods.
A highly customized 4x4x4 cube. I built mine.
Custom made 2x3x3 cuboid, invented by Tony Fisher.
DC Comics Domino
Has Superman on one side and Wonder Woman on the other. Mechanism is very shoddy.
One is a tiled Meffert's puzzle, the other is a not-very-well modified Skewb with stickers.
The official Meffert Tetraminx.
Meffert's six colour 1982 version. Roughly 31 mm along an edge.
A 2x2x2 in shape of a tetrahedron.
I've rearranged the colors on mine and painted the pink pieces black.
One of mine has stickers, the other one has plastic tiles.
Stellated Skewb from Meffert's parts. The first sample were made without exchanged pieces.
HEADS & OBJECTS
An attractive little puzzle, possibly related to the legendary Rubik's Cheeze.
Back Spin / Loophole
A mix between the moving hole puzzles and the two-layer UFO puzzles.
Probably the most popular tile sliding puzzle ever.
One of the more successful puzzles from the original cube craze.
Turn To 1
Square-1 - How To Solve The World's Most Challenging Puzzle
Players have to match colored squares in 3 x 3 grids.
Rubik's Magic Strategy Game
"Easy to learn, a challenge to win." (Not to be confused with Rubik's Infinity, which is "easy to learn, a challenge to master"!)
It's a race to make the scrambled "Cube Face"