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Prisminx CrystalA 3 layered deepcut pentagonal prism which top and bottom faces look like the Pyraminx Crystal its name was taken from.
Professor Mental FlopThe fourth mental flop, built up from a 3x3x5.
Professor TriFlopThe most simple triangular prism but with one additional layer per axis.

Puck 2/16Two 16-segmented circles on a 1x1x2.
QuadrangleA two-layered prism with 120°-turns at the four arms. Even more amazing: It is the first known self-dual puzzle.
Rex Pent PrismCorner turning pentagonal prism. A jumbling only puzzle.

Rexoctahedron³A cuboctahedron that is face turning on both sets of faces, in this case with cuts resembling the 3x3x3 and the Rex Cube.
Rhombic Dodecahedron 4x4x6A mass produced 4x4x6 truncated into a rhombic dodecahedron.
RosetteA deeper cut cousin of the Clover Cube.

Rudik's CubeA corner turning pentagonal antiprism or a restricted face turning dodecahedron in shape of a pentagonal antiprism.
ShurikenA shape variant of the unbandaged Helicopter Skewb.
Skewbie CubeTo quote the inventor: "Cubies are overrated."

Sliding DominoA 2x3x3 with two circles on opposite faces.
SolarminxA edge turning dodecahedron with a cutting depth between the helicopter dodecahedron and the Starminx.
Split 2x3x3 IcosahedronA Split 2x3x3 transformed into an icosahedron.

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