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With one 180° turn and one 120° turn this is probably the easiest puzzle that can be truly scrambled.
Weird Cube is a twisty cube with a weird geometry, inspired by ideas and discussions with Bram Cohen, Carl Hoff and others. The puzzle has only two axes, one for 180-degrees rotations, and another for 120 degrees rotations. Still, it can get fairly scrambled, making it presumably difficult to solve.
Interestingly, any turning pattern can be described as binary sequence. After each half turn one the one axis, there are only two possibilities for the other axis: 120 and 240 degrees. And then again the half turn, and another 120-240 choice.
It is a doctrinaire puzzle and can be scrambled heavily.
Edge length: 60 mm
Weight: 192 grams
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