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 Post subject: Re: collection
PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 11:00 am 
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My little collection of 29 puzzles, some are missing. For some reason I couldn´t upload the picture with them all together.


Nice Neocube. :)


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 Post subject: Re: collection
PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 6:21 pm 
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Alright, I finally took pictures (although not very good because it was done freehand) :!:

My collection is precariously displayed on top of my computer tower, much like an accident waiting to happen:
http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c79/errorcoins/TwistyPuzzles/Puzzles_100808030.jpg

A closer view:
http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c79/errorcoins/TwistyPuzzles/Puzzles_100808032.jpg

The base/bottom:
http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c79/errorcoins/TwistyPuzzles/Puzzles_100808008.jpg

The middle of it all:
http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c79/errorcoins/TwistyPuzzles/Puzzles_100808013.jpg

And the top:
http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c79/errorcoins/TwistyPuzzles/Puzzles_100808015.jpg

I even have stuff stuffed behind stuff!
http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c79/errorcoins/TwistyPuzzles/Puzzles_100808016.jpg

Sadly enough, my collection is more of an accumulation of 3x3 puzzles :| Nothing really amazing...no mods...

Before anyone asks, I've had cubes fall on my head before, and also found myself covered in puzzles before :lol:

Edit: Hmmm... the photos aren't showing up :?
Edit: Meh, I guess I'll just link it, and not cause lag to anyone else :P I didn't realize that they were that big :oops:
Edit again: Okay, this forum just hates me :x
Edit again again: I get why it's not showing up, I had the "Diasble BBCode" :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: collection
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strange...
perhaps you will have to edit your message once again and re-paste all the [img] links?

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 Post subject: Re: collection
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I figured out why now :P I had the Disable BBCode box checked... It still seems like it likes to stay checked... Maybe I'll have a look in my User CP to see if there is a setting.

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 Post subject: Re: collection
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This is the last picture of all of my puzzles together I also have an Eastsheen 2x2x2 and a Mefferts
Pyraminx lent out to my maths teacher. When I said 29 I didn´t count the Neocube, because it isn´t
in this websites database.


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 Post subject: Re: collection
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Since last time I posted here, I went to the DCD and bought the following: puck with numbers 1-12, rainbow masterball, rubik's magic 8 panel, missing link, rubik's world 3x3, basketball dreamball, sudocube, keychain sudocube, pyramorphix, 1980 original rubik 3x3, rubik's mirror blocks, Darth Maul head, and one or two more I can't come up with. And all of this for 120 euros! Which isn't very much for all of these. I'll have a picture up soon.
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43,252,003,274,489,856,000. Or the full number in Hungarian is:
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OMG Sjoerd, you made me feel embarrassed. I went home after having spent more than ten times what you spent.
Of course I now have a Hexaminx, a Pentagonal cube, a large handmade wooden cube, a Rainbow mod, a Junior barrel (these 5 more than 1,000 euros) and many other beautiful, less expensive puzzles.

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 Post subject: Re: collection
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Georges wrote:
OMG Sjoerd, you made me feel embarrassed. I went home after having spent more than ten times what you spent.
Of course I now have a Hexaminx, a Pentagonal cube, a large handmade wooden cube, a Rainbow mod, a Junior barrel (these 5 more than 1,000 euros) and many other beautiful, less expensive puzzles.


Out of curiosity, how much was the Junior Barrel?


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 Post subject: Re: collection
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aliengrey wrote:

Out of curiosity, how much was the Junior Barrel?


Really I'm not sure any longer.
If I am not mistaken it was 150 euros.

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 Post subject: Re: collection
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Georges wrote:
OMG Sjoerd, you made me feel embarrassed. I went home after having spent more than ten times what you spent.
Of course I now have a Hexaminx, a Pentagonal cube, a large handmade wooden cube, a Rainbow mod, a Junior barrel (these 5 more than 1,000 euros) and many other beautiful, less expensive puzzles.


:shock: :? :| :!: :o :) :D

OMG indeed!
Well, I quess that's the price to pay for being one of the greatest puzzle collectors there is... The cubes you bought are worth it though.

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Negyvenháromtrillió-kétszázötvenkétbilliárd-hárombillió-kétszázhetvennégymiliárd-négyszáznyolcvankilencmillió-nyolcszázötvenhatezer :wink: )


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I been watching lately various new collections coming up, so I decide to take a pic of mine and share it with you. Nothing out of this world, enjoy.

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I forgot to add my Mefferts Tiled Megaminx I just got it so I haven't take a pic yet, but you all know it pretty well, I think. :D


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 Post subject: Re: collection
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Alonso wrote:
Nothing out of this world, enjoy.

There are
-Rhombiminx,
-Junior Barrel,
-unstickered Gigaminx,
-4x4x4 X-Cube,
-Greenhills Octahedron,
-This Barrel with Brandt-like Truncations.
Except from Greenhills Octahedron everything would be an addition to my collection. Would you mind giving it to me as it is nothing out of this world? :lol:


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Nothing out of this world? I see at least 12 puzzles I don't have in my collection.

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Alonso wrote:
Nothing out of this world, enjoy.
By far the most interesting one is the invisible cube in the front row, all the way to the right...


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 Post subject: Peccin´s little collection
PostPosted: Sat Oct 25, 2008 8:20 pm 
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Here is my little collection

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Enjoy!


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 Post subject: Re: collection
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http://img338.imageshack.us/my.php?imag ... 931th5.jpg
http://img48.imageshack.us/my.php?image=dsc02935yy0.jpg

That's my collection...Glad I got the black Crystal while I could, and I tiled my minx. The icosaminx in the corner of the right cabinet isn't finished yet, and the angles are kind of messed up.

edit: Does anybody know how make the pictures show up in the post instead of clicking on the link?

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 Post subject: Re: collection
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Riceball92 wrote:
http://img48.imageshack.us/my.php?image=dsc02929oq7.jpg
http://img338.imageshack.us/my.php?imag ... 931th5.jpg
http://img48.imageshack.us/my.php?image=dsc02935yy0.jpg

That's my collection...Glad I got the black Crystal while I could, and I tiled my minx. The icosaminx in the corner of the right cabinet isn't finished yet, and the angles are kind of messed up.

edit: Does anybody know how make the pictures show up in the post instead of clicking on the link?

put them in tags(i did it for you)
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Thanks! BTW, by tags, you mean [img] and [/image]? When I did that, it didn't work, it just said "Image" instead of showing the picture.

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Riceball92 wrote:
Thanks! BTW, by tags, you mean [img] and [/image]? When I did that, it didn't work, it just said "Image" instead of showing the picture.

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Correct, the above image was entered like this:
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 Post subject: Re: collection
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my collection:

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silver 2x2 medal.
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2 mods in making
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other unmentionable rubik's related items

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@Riceball92
That is an unfinished "Icosahedron from Megaminx" in the third picture, isn't it?


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Volitar Prime wrote:
Alonso wrote:
Nothing out of this world, enjoy.
By far the most interesting one is the invisible cube in the front row, all the way to the right...




lol....ohh yes, you don't want to scramble that one... :D


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Andreas Nortmann wrote:
@Riceball92
That is an unfinished "Icosahedron from Megaminx" in the third picture, isn't it?


Yeah...I got the angles of the edges kind of messed up, so it doesn't look quite that good. I still have to fill the centers, which I haven't had the time to do. One of these days though...

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Just a quick setup of my puzzles :D

I am collecting about 7 months now

And I know that the picture is to dark, a new one wil come soon with allot more puzzles :D


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Here is mine slightly updated.
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I'm totally impressed with some of these collections.

This may sound a bit ignorant, but when do you guys find the time to play with all of your puzzles? They're for entertainment, right? So with so many puzzles I would have such a hard time deciding which one to play with at any given time!

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coastercrazy10 wrote:
I'm totally impressed with some of these collections.

This may sound a bit ignorant, but when do you guys find the time to play with all of your puzzles? They're for entertainment, right? So with so many puzzles I would have such a hard time deciding which one to play with at any given time!

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Well pointed out.
This is one reason why I stopped buying 'everything' and why I am selling all those I don't play with.

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Georges wrote:
This is one reason why I stopped buying 'everything' and why I am selling all those I don't play with.


What about all your sealed cubes? I bet you don't play with them. :-)

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But do you have to "play with everything"? I've said somewere before that I have a few regulars I play with. Each one gets its turn when it comes into the house, but then gets put away until I remember it again months later.

I have "heads" that just sit on my shelf and look nice. They are almost never played with. The Gundams have never been turned, and neither have the Warner Bros. My Globes all sit in a nice row keeping the world in it's correct order. I'm afraid if I twist those something bad will happen (along the lines of Walter Tevis)

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I try out *all* my puzzles, even the sealed ones. If I have a duplicate,
then it's a bonus. And if I get a super rare puzzle without the chance
to play it, I will grow green. I just can't stand the "itchy-fingers" feeling!

I can be super patient when waiting for a puzzle to order or to arrive, but
once it is beside me, it *has* to be used. Afterall, the puzzle's reason of
existence is to play with it!

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Thomas wrote:
Georges wrote:
This is one reason why I stopped buying 'everything' and why I am selling all those I don't play with.


What about all your sealed cubes? I bet you don't play with them. :-)

Thomas


If I have one cube without its box, packaging, I play with it.
I'm simply assuming that all the sealed cubes are played alike (grin).
But you are correct Thomas, I should have been more precise:
I'm selling all those different type of puzzles I don't play with.

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updapted (mine)


I already thought you had an impressive collection.
But it seems it has doubled in the past year or so! Very nice.

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Is this Icosaminx made by Lee?

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Great collection, Juanan! I recognize a few of those. :)

I need to do this with my collection some day. It changes several times a week tho, so it's hard to keep track. :)


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Great collection, Juanan! I recognize a few of those. :)



maybe the "f" puzzles ?

when you make more?

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My friends call me crazy for my collection, they are unaware that there are many people like me.
I have to put my collection to date.
In one week you can see the collection of Juanan, exchange views and some cube.


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Hello, everyone.

Here are some photos of my collection.

Short history:
Had a Rubik's cube and small pyraminx during the early 80's craze. Solved the cube using "The Simple Solution to Rubik's Cube" by James G. Nourse, never solved the pyraminx, then faded away. Heard rumors in the late 80's of 4x4x4 and 5x5x5 cubes available in Germany, but ignored them. No way could you make cubes that size - it just wasn't feasible. :)
Found rubiks.com in 2003, picked up 16 puzzles, thought that was it and faded away again. Found some YouTube cube collection videos in mid/late 2008 and was drawn back to twisty puzzles. I started collecting in earnest on November 1, 2008, and have developed quite a collection since.

Here are all the puzzles I owned on November 1, 2008:

Nov. 1, 2008 Puzzles
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And here is my full collection five months later, as of March 30, 2009:

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I also posted YouTube videos for anyone who wants a closer look at anything in particular.

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blizzard_kb wrote:
Hello, everyone.

Hello and welcome to twistypuzzles!

I read your post in "Who's Who" and was very interested in pictures of your collection. Thanks for posting them.

blizzard_kb wrote:
Here are all the puzzles I owned on November 1, 2008 [...] And here is my full collection five months later, as of March 30, 2009

Wow, it's just amazing how you've accumulated this wonderful and large collection in such a short time!


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Here's my small, yet exciting collection :)
I'll be posting a better picture when I have time to get them all set out where you can see them better

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Updating my small collection...

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Update:)
When I took picture FTO wasnt there yet. O well there 120 puzzles on the picture.


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Updated collection in my signature...i'll have a full picture when the puzzles that i'm waiting on arrive, including:
White Master Pyramorphinx/Mastermorphix from Mefferts
Mirror Blocks (which sadly appears to be a knockoff. I must buy the original at some point)
2 more 3x3 DIYs
3 more SQ-1 DIYs (for round-1s and one to keep)

I also loaned out my ES 5x5 to a friend, so that's missing. My collection's growing ever so slowly, and i still have lots more puzzles that i want to get. Hopefully this summer i'll be able to buy more puzzles without having to restrain myself due to shortages.

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 Post subject: Re: collection
PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2009 9:25 pm 
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Made a collection update video...it's in two parts, but it's good quality and i talk about each puzzle individually:
Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZH7q9Qqs4Y
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGPWrS81_p4

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 Post subject: Re: collection
PostPosted: Sun Jun 07, 2009 10:10 am 
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Here's mine:


First row: Xtreme cube, many random 3x3s, 3x4x5.
Second row: Junior cube, Reuleaux Mastermorphix, Bandaged Cube, Custom Domino, Cuboctahdron, Triamid, Lights Out Cube, Pillowed Mastermorphix, Spindle Domino
Third row: Crystal Cube, 4x4, 5x5, Megaminx, Alarm Clock, Revolution, Pyraminx, Siamese Keychain, Mirror Blocks
Fourth row: World, Cube for Dummies, 1x1x3 Flash Drive, Trajber's Octahedron, Edges-only Cube, 2 1x2x3s, 2 keychains, Cubedron, Pyraminx, Fisher Cube
Fifth row: Homer Head, Floppy Cube, Square-1, 1x1x2, Mini Cube, Fisher Cube, 2 Giant Cubes, Impossiball, Column Cube
6th row: Magic, 2x2 Magic, Skewb, 2x2, 3x3, 4x4, 5x5, (6x6 not pictured), 7x7, Void Cube.


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 Post subject: Re: collection
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Jeez, great collections. Where is everyone getting these helicopter cubes from?

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 Post subject: Re: collection
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Garrett wrote:
Jeez, great collections. Where is everyone getting these helicopter cubes from?

I want to know where everyone is getting half of these cubes! There are so many cubes in some of these collections! I just simply wish I had the money to go out and buy all of the cubes I want. :lol:

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 Post subject: collection now at 500
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Just today I got a puzzle which isn't exactly a twisty puzzle. It is a sequential movement puzzle, similar to the "Tern Key" introduced by cubicdissection some while ago. I haven't counted them myself, but according to the manufacturer it needs 1250 moves to remove the key.

It's a very nice puzzle, and by the way it is number 500 in my collection, that's why I am posting an update to this thread... :D

About a third of my puzzles are twisty ones and the latest twisty addition is a face turning octahedron I created from a spare Rainbow cube. My collection can be viewed in my little gallery page, please click the link below. :)

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 Post subject: Re: collection
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There's a master dogic? when was that thing made?

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 Post subject: Re: collection
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elijah516 wrote:
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There's a master dogic? when was that thing made?


I believe you are referring to Tutt's Icosaminx

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