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The Pentagon
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A corners-only pentagonal prism with 2 layers. Specifically designed for its cuteness.

The Pentagon is a puzzle that Oskar van Deventer designed for its cuteness. It is quite small and hence quite affordable even it has to be 3D-printed. The Pentagon is a pentagonal equivalent of the 2x2x2 Rubik's Cube. The pieces are a bit hollowed out so they can turn smoothly over and under each other. Oskar used CADing to make the puzzle look "water tight", similar to his Kilominx version.
The puzzle was suceeded by "The Heptagon" which introduced a new type of movement.

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