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Bronto StarThe dodecahedral cousin of the Dino Star.
Cat's Cradle - (Radiolarian 5)The 5th entry in the series of Radiolarians. All these puzzles are designed by the same person and all of them are face turning icosahedrons with different cutting depths.
Circo-Radiolarian (Radiolarian 2)The first face turning icosahedron with planar cuts.

Copper OrbA CADed relative of the "The Orb" with three rows of marbles instead of four.
Cornered RadiolarianThe follow-up to Radiolarian I. This time including corner pieces.
CubeultimateA Pentultimate in the shape of a hexahedron, aka cube. Made by the inventor of the original Pentultimate.

Golden OrbA CADed relative of the "The Orb" with six rows of marbles instead of four.
Heritombo CubeA shallower cut variant of the Helicopter Cube with straight cuts that reveals the edge centers and face centers.
IcosamateA Pentultimate in shape of a icosahedron => A deepcut cornerturning icosahedron.

PentultimateThe deepcut face turning dodecahedron.
Radio Chop (Radiolarian 15)The 15th entry in the series of Radiolarians. All these puzzles are designed by the same person and all of them are face turning icosahedrons with different cutting depths. This is the end of the series. A deep cut faceturning icosahedron.
Radio Crystal - Radiolarian 9The 9th entry in the series of Radiolarians. All these puzzles are designed by the same person and all of them are face turning icosahedrons with different cutting depths.

Radio Fathom - (Radiolarian 14)The 14th entry in the series of Radiolarians. All these puzzles are designed by the same person and all of them are face turning icosahedrons with different cutting depths.
Radio Gem - (Radiolarian 13)The 13th entry in the series of Radiolarians. All these puzzles are designed by the same person and all of them are face turning icosahedrons with different cutting depths.
Radio Jam (Radiolarian 8)The 8th entry in the series of Radiolarians. All these puzzles are designed by the same person and all of them are face turning icosahedrons with different cutting depths.


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