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NxNxN: 5x5x5
Mini 5x5x5 (truncated)A mass produced 5x5x5 truncated on all five sides so that it ends up with a strange face pattern.
Minimal permutations 5x5x5A 5x5x5 restickered with 5 or 6 colours to achieve the smallest possible number of permutations.
Mirror Wave 5x5x5A Bump 5x5x5 printed in marble filament and with wavy cuts.

Mixup 5x5x5The bigger cousin of the Mixup Cube. A fudged and jumbling puzzle.
Neptune DoDep 3x3x3The result of a three year old idea. Although it looks like a 5x5x5 there are only two cuts possible for each axis.
Not bandaged 2A simplified version of "Not bandaged" with one additional turnable side.

Peek CubeA 5x5x5 with internal 3x3x3 exposed and with proportional pieces.
Pocket ChangeAn Eastsheen 5x5x5 bandaged and stickered to make it look like a Pocket Cube.
Pocket ChangedA Pocket change cube bandaged to resemble an AI Cube.

Pretender CubeAn Eastsheen 4x4x4 modified to look like a 5x5x5 it internally is. The internal bandaging was NOT removed.
Prof. Cube 2018Another 5x5x5 produced without stickers but a black rim.
Professor BiCubeSimilar bandaging as the BiCube applied to a 5x5x5.

Professor Cube (grooved tiles)Meffert's 1998 tiled version.
Professor Cube (no white side)Professor Cube. Invented by Udo Krell. This one has no white side. Produced in Hong Kong.


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