The second of the three different 1980 Ideal U.S. packages.
Official Rubik's Cubes manufactured in the 1990's and 2000's
Small Black Cube
This 29mm cube with round stickers is key chain size, but has no key chain attachment.
This 5cm white plastic cube has painted dots instead of stickers.
Featuring the Apple logos in six colours.
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.
Fruit Boy 3x3x3
This appears to be an "assembly cube", like the ones sold by Mefferts.
Domino (Indented Pips)
This twisty domino differs from standard dominos in surface treatment and inner mechanism. Its most immediately noticeable differences are its indented pips and yellowed white cubes.
The standard Wonderful Puzzler version, packaged in a cardboard box.
Diamond Style Puzzler
Also known as Diamond Cube. This puzzle is closely related to the Rhombicuboctahedron.
Sliding-tile puzzle without gaps. Made in Hungary, originally.
This vesion has a yellow background body.
HEADS & OBJECTS
This sliding tiles puzzle/calendar/coin bank has a total of 41 tiles arranged in seven columns and six rows.
Probably the most popular tile sliding puzzle ever.
Scramble the beads from tubes of different lengths, then try to restore them to their proper homes.
One of the more successful puzzles from the original cube craze.
An uncommon puzzle produced in Hong Kong.
A spherical version of Light's Out.
The object of this puzzle is to get all the sliders either in or out. Several stacked and slotted disks inside the puzzle limit the range of movement at each step in the puzzle.