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An enhanced version of the Floppy Cube from the same inventor. A floppy cube where you can turn the faces 90 degrees.
This is more than a super Floppy cube. "Super" usually means that orientation of all pieces is made visible (which is not the case for the centers of a 3x3x3) and all pieces are made distinguishable (which is not the case for the centers of a 4x4x4).
This time the inventor uses the adjective to hint to the complete new mechanism.
As if the Floppy Cube was not spectacular enough its inventor came up with this successor. At first it looks like another floppy cube but then one realizes that this puzzle allows 90°-moves in some cases. To be specific it allows 90°-moves in cases when the edge pieces are accompanied with at least one "corner" piece. It is therefore possible that a single edge can be accompanied with all four corners. If there are no accompanying corners adjacent to one edge this edge can not be twisted.
It won the 2009 International Puzzle Design Competition (Puzzle of the Year) on IPP 29 in San Francisco. Production started in 2010.
Width: 57 mm
Height: 19 mm
Weight: 48 grams
Later this puzzle was further improved by adding another four "edges". The result is the Scramble+4 Cube.
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