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 Post subject: here something new with shapeshifting *** pictures added ***
PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 5:55 am 
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Here a special puzzle for Letti.

It supports shapeshifting...

Sorry Gus: The rabbit is always on viagra...

Greg's 3x7x7

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ybBBmRIQ6E

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 Post subject: Re: here something new with shapeshifting
PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 6:18 am 
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wow!! Aint that something! Congratulations on yet another successfull cuboid added to the family.

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 Post subject: Re: here something new with shapeshifting
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Yikes! That has been olzed to within an inch of its life! I bet you couldn't do a 3x8x8 8-) Have you any more pictures with more extreme shape shifting?

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 Post subject: Re: here something new with shapeshifting
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Greg, Please put these on shapeways! I would do anything to own a puzzle like this!

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 Post subject: Re: here something new with shapeshifting
PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 8:20 am 
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Yes! Put this on shapeways. But anyway, nice work, this is probably one of my favorite cuboids from you. :D (for now :wink: ) I've always loved shape-shifting puzzles.

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 Post subject: Re: here something new with shapeshifting
PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 8:59 am 
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Yay! Thanks Claus!
Looks really cool.

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WOW!!! Is anyone keeping track of how many new cuboids have been introduced here in February? And this is leap year so we still have a day to go. February... one small step for Claus, one giant leap for Cuboids.

You know what we are missing? We need a 1x4x9 and then I can say "My cod its full of cuboids".

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 Post subject: Re: here something new with shapeshifting
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clauswe wrote:
Sorry Gus: The rabbit is always on viagra...
And after saying this you want us to take you seriously?

Greg:
This is so cool it should be forbidden!


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 Post subject: Re: here something new with shapeshifting
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When's the full cuboid collection image coming out.

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 Post subject: Re: here something new with shapeshifting
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That is some crazy olzing right there!

I've been looking forward to seeing this one. It's pretty epic. I expect we'll be seeing some 8x8xNs soon? :wink:

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I wanna see a 3x5x7 now.

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Sigurd wrote:
I wanna see a 3x5x7 now.

I think Claus already printed one. Maybe it was someone else, I really don't know, but all I know that one exists, but... it looks rather strange. :? I still like it though because of its uniqueness :)

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A great run of cuboids, Greg and Claus!

You need to address the holes at 4x7x7, and 5x6x6 :-)

The 3x5x7 thread is here:
http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=16533

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I must have forgot about that one.
Looking at it now, I dont really like it. A flat, olz'ed one would be much better.

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 Post subject: Re: here something new with shapeshifting *** pictures added
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Gus, you asked for more pictures. Here they are:
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 Post subject: Re: here something new with shapeshifting *** pictures added
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Crazy shapes man! Do you think you could change it into something like this? :lol:
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Now there's and idea for a twisty game - not to "solve" the puzzle, but to change it into different shapes e.g. like Tangram. I wonder which puzzles would be the best one for this?

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