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ChopasaurusThe first deepcut corner-turning dodecahedron.
CrossminxLike the Cross-Cube is a 3x3x3 with additional layers this puzzle is a megaminx with additional layers.
Elite skewbThe first corner-turning hexaheron with 3 cuts per axis.

Elite TetrahedronThe tetrahedral cousin of the Elite Skewb but published earlier.
Master BrilicA face-turning dodecahedron with 4 cuts per axis. The cuts are placed different compared to the Gigaminx.
Master TetrahedronA Master Skewb transformed into tetrahedral shape.

PetaminxAt the time it was the most valuable puzzle known to exist. What else can somebody say about a puzzle sold for $3550?
Praxis CubeAn "axised" Rex Cube which was funnily presented before the latter one.
Quad-XAn edge-turning hexahedron with cuts deeper than the Helicopter Cube.

Rex cubeA corner-turning hexahedron. Very similar to the MasterSkewb but without its corners.
Royal TetrahedronThe tetrahedral cousin of the Royal Skewb but invented earlier.
RX (Reuleaux Master Tetrahedron)A Master Skewb transformed into the shape of a Reuleaux Tetrahedron.

Starminx IIThe first edge-turning dodecahedron.
Starminx IIIThe fourth of four puzzles which look like the Starminx. This time it is the deeper cut corner-turning dodecehadron.
TeraminxA three layered Megaminx. One of the most famous custom twisty puzzles before massproduction started.


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