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 Square-1 (3 layers) Total Found: 123 Showing: 91 - 105Pages: Prev < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 > Next Square-1 PG (parallelogram)A Square-1 with the shape of a prism and a parallelogram as its base. Square-1 Youtube Play ButtonThis Play Button was made by 3d printing extentions and gluing them to a Square-1. Square-1.25A square puzzle looks like a square-1, but with one quarter of the square-2.(1+1+1+2)/4 = 1.25. Square-1.5A different square (2+1)/2 = 1.5Unlike the Square-1 1/2 four of the broader pieces were split. Square-1.75A square puzzle looks like a square-2, but with one quarter of the square-1.(2+2+2+1)/4 = 1.75. Square-1/2A Square-1 bandaged to have identically sized pieces. Square-2A modified Square-1 where the corners are split into two pieces. A non-bandaged puzzle unlike the original. Square-2 Hexagonal PrismA Square-2 tilted and transformed into a hexagonal prism. Square-2 TriangleThe unbandaged version of the Tri-1 aka Tri-2. Square-3A Square-2 with pieces which were further split up. Square-3 PlusA Square-1, combining one layer of a Square-1 and one layer of a Square-2. Square-4The bigger brother of a Square-2 with even more pieces. The Square-4 is unbandaged so that moves are possible every 18°. Square-equalA Square-1 in which all pieces have equal size. Therefore it does not behave like bandaged puzzle. Square-equal starA Square-equal in the shape of a star prism. Squared CircleA Square-2 with an additional slice turn. Total Found: 123 Showing: 91 - 105Pages: Prev < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 > Next join »login » Community Members: 4963 Most recent: Jasonputney Members online: and 0 hidden, as well as 6 guests and 1 web crawlers. Topics/posts: 35562/401659 Some recent posts: Re: Is there always a "next best move"? by will_57 38 minutes ago. Re: The Master Fidgitz by wwwmwww an hour ago. Re: Carl's Bubbloid 4x4x5 V2 - tightening question by wwwmwww 2 hours ago. Re: Carl's Bubbloid 4x4x5 V2 - tightening question by Antony Burt 2 hours ago. Re: Is there always a "next best move"? by benpuzzles 2 hours ago. Thanks for spending your time with us Frank and Darren. You are missed.