CUBE (SHAPE PRESERVING)
CUBE (SHAPE CHANGING)
Meffert's six colour sticker version
A beautiful (but simple) puzzle closely related to the Dino Cube!
An attractive little puzzle, possibly related to the legendary Rubik's Cheeze.
Because of the restricting (yellow) axis, this is an edges and corners only puzzle and NOT another 3x3x3 sliding block puzzle
Probably the most popular tile sliding puzzle ever.
A tile-sliding puzzle with the shape and design of a Pepsi can. The sliding is somewhat shifted.
Rack 'Em Up
Milton Bradley version. Organize the 16 thingies into rows.
This 3x6 Whip-It stands approximately 7cm tall. Produced in Macau. Original LJN Whip-Its were made in Hong Kong.
A unique ball puzzle. Sold in small quantities online.
Mine's actually the German Kaos puzzle. Same concept, different colors.
9 spheres arranged in a 3x3 square. Spin rows and columns to position them in the same orientation.
One of the more successful puzzles from the original cube craze.
The first release. This version had no reset hole. Once pushed, the buttons stay pushed. It is possible to reset the buttons, using screws.
Mine is the Xex version, which is translucent with different colors
Spin the top/bottom half to mix the satellites, then use the central plunger to flip one, two, three or four satellites over.
An uncommon puzzle produced in Hong Kong.
East german puzzle of overlapping disks.
Rubik's Fifteen (aka: XV)
Rubik's 15 (XV) is 2 puzzles in one. Arrange the numbers in sequence 1 to 15. On the other side there is a magic square challenge.
Move the same-colour pieces from the lines to the circles.
Appears to be related to Rubik's XV.
Not really a twisty puzzle. Somewhat similar to a Rubik's Snake.
Newer 2005 version (Blue, black, and gray)
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"!)
A 2x2x1 using Adam Zamora's DIY kit
Enigma with colored dots
Switchback puzzle by Binary Arts with purple and teal marbles