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A 3x3x3 with an amorphous shape. No stickers are needed.
This puzzle is a relative of the bump cube. It is a 3x3x3 which must be solved by shape not by stickers.
Despite its origin, conventional 3x3 solutions obviously don't work. Pieces must be solved by matching groups of adjacent cubies. Corners must be solved after the adjacent edges, and the edges can only be solved by matching them to correctly oriented centers. It's harder than it sounds because most 3x3 sequences mess up the center orientations, so it's necessary to devise new sequences for just about every type of move.
The images shown here steems from a sample made by Scott Elliott.
The edge length of this variant varies from 60 to 68 mm.
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