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 1337-Cube Above:Solution 1 Click a thumbnail to see its larger version and description. Custom sticker variant with two solutions. One classic and one very cleverly designed. Inventor: Sven Krugmann Mechanism: 3x3x3 Patents: Unknown Producer: Custom Year: 2016 Original Price: \$0.00 USD Current Price: No Data Image 2 shows the classic solution based on the colour of the puzzles body. Solution 1 is more complicated:There are the numbers from 1 to 9 on the black stickers. The numbers are colored in the standard cube colours white, yellow, orange, red, green and blue. Every number-colour-combination only exists once on the cube. There is a circle around every number with a little arrow. To solve the cube, you have to find the special arrangement of the numbers an the arrows.The arrow around every number points to the following number. You have to count the steps to the next number. So if there is a "4" on the sticker, follow the arrow 4 steps and you will reach the next number. If you follow along all the arrows you will reach every of the 54 stickers. The inventor has supplied additional guidelines to recreate this solution in his original forum thread. Links Contributors No one has contributed to this page yet! Collections No one has added this puzzle to a collection yet! Found a mistake or something missing? Edit it yourself or contact the moderator. join »login » Community Members: 4964 Most recent: cdresel Members online: and 0 hidden, as well as 2 guests and 0 web crawlers. Topics/posts: 35566/401696 Some recent posts: Re: The Master Fidgitz by wwwmwww an hour ago. Re: Is there always a "next best move"? by will_57 3 hours ago. Re: Is there always a "next best move"? by Jeffery Mewtamer 7 hours ago. Re: Liobel's Poinsettia Puzzle by Jared 8 hours ago. Re: Patterns by perfredlund 9 hours ago. Thanks for spending your time with us Frank and Darren. You are missed.