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Six-Sided: Cuboid
3x3x10 (pillowed)A 3x3x10 cuboid. It had to be non-proportionate to be functional.
3x3x11The name describes it perfectly. Two years earlier this puzzle would have deemed impossible.
3x3x12This cuboid was created after the 3x3x14 by removing a pair of layers.

3x3x14A half regular cuboid from Grégoire Pfennigs run of cuboids of 2012.
3x3x3 CamouflageA 4x4x4 in camouflage. In this case it pretends to be a 3x3x3.
3x3x4 (cube4You)Not the first fully functional 3x3x4 but the first mass produced.

3x3x4 CamouflageA 4x4x4 in camouflage. In this case it pretends to be a 3x3x4.
3x3x4 CircleA 3x3x4 with additional circle layers at top and bottom.
3x3x4 Fisher CubeA 3x3x4 truncated and extended into the shape of a cuboid.

3x3x4 Rectangular PrismTony Fisher custom 3x3x4. Build from a 4x4x4.
3x3x4 WindmillThe concept of the Windmill Cube applied to a mass produced 3x3x4.
3x3x5 (Extended)A custom built 3x3x3 variation that functions as a 3x3x3.

3x3x5 (quasi olzed)A fully functional cuboid handmade from a 5x5x5 without square tiling on top and bottom.
3x3x5 CircleA piece shuffle between 3x3x4 Circle and 3x3x6.
3x3x5 IIVersion from a 5x5x5.


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