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A mass produced Mixup Cube. Part of a series of four similar puzzles. Compared with the "traditional" Mixup Cube this one has twice the pieces in each ring.
Three years after Oskar van Deventer presented the first Mixup Cube a series of mass produced derivate was published. The original Mixup Cube looks like a slightly non-proportional 3x3x3 which allows some unexpected moves. The community needed some time to realise that Oskar had combined the concepts of a 3x3x3 and an Equator.
This new derivative has 16 pieces on every ring instead of the 8 pieces of the original Mixup Cube. The extra pieces are wedge-shaped and can't be intermixed with the "regular" pieces. They exist to simply fill gaps in between them due to the depth of the cuts.
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