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 Post subject: Puzzles of March 2010
PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 6:18 pm 
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I am pleased to announce that the month of March has introduced more puzzles than either January or February, making it currently the most productive month so far. Its not even over yet!

I will most likely only find your puzzle if it is in the New Puzzles forum or if its being discussed while I'm online. If it isn't posted in New Puzzles, I'll likely miss it.

The list in text:
65- Mar 1- TomZ's Master Brillic
66- Mar 2- Tony Fisher's Really Really Big Rubik's Cube
67- Mar 4- cubervietnam's 3x3x4 Triangular Prism
68- Mar 5- Oskar's Minimal Twist
69- Mar 6- kevinnguyen's Hexagonal Prism II
70- Mar 6- TomZ's Hexie
71- Mar 7- Apollo's Domino Axis
72- Mar 8- Clay n Eva Creations' Concept 11
73- Mar 8- io's Radiolarian 3
74- Mar 8- traiphum's Square-2xp
75- Mar 11- judochiou625's V7 Tetrahedron
76- Mar 11- Justin's Genomorphix
77- Mar 13- Andreas Nortmann's One Layer Square-1
78- Mar 14- quicksolver's Dino Tetrahedron
79- Mar 14- Oskar's Fractal Cube
80- Mar 15- mr bang's Tower 2
81- Mar 16- Andreas Nortmann's Octagonal Edges A528A00145C03 Normal
82- Mar 16- Andreas Nortmann's Octagonal Edges A528A00145C03 Extended
83- Mar 16- SmaZ's HT Square-1
84- Mar 18- Apollo's Domino Mastermorphix
85- Mar 18- Kiko's Kiko's Dodecahedron
86- Mar 19- incredible's Alokin's Knob Cube
87- Mar 21- Oskar's Heptagon
88- Mar 21- gingervergo's Vergo's Cube
89- Mar 22- A J's Unnamed 3x3x3 Prisms
90- Mar 23- A J's Circle Cube
91- Mar 23- Apollo's Craxy 2x3x3 Fisher Cube
92- Mar 23- ENCuber's CONfused Cube
93- Mar 24- ofapel's Bicone
94- Mar 26- Kapusta's RailCube
95- Mar 26- Steryne/Andreas Nortmann's Super Simple Overlapping Megaminx
96- Mar 27- pirsquared's Half-Buck
97- Mar 27- olz/incredible's Mini RX
98- Mar 27- Cheese_Board's Inverted 1x2x3
99- Mar 27- Oskar's and Bram's Rotabram
100- Mar 27- olz's 4x4x1
101- Mar 28- incredible's Pentagonal 3x3x5
102- Mar 28- olz/incredible's 2x2x8
103- Mar 29- SmaZ's Marco's Pyramid
104- Mar 30- RubixFreakGreg's Void Dino
105- Mar 31- quicksolver's Twisted Tower
106- Mar 31- Pinoycuber27's Siamese V-Cubes
107- Mar 31- PinoyCuber27's Corners Only Twin
108- Mar 31- PinoyCuber27's Edges Only Twin

The net spreadsheet: [note to self: finish spreadsheet]

As always, please post any topics I have missed. I searched every thread in the New Puzzles forum since mid-February, so I'm sure I got them all.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 6:20 pm 
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olz/incredible's 2x2x8, not 2x2x3...

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 6:21 pm 
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Oops! Typo! Thanks for catching that.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 6:32 pm 
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i dont think Ajs prisms are new ideas


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
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I included puzzles that are not new ideas, but are nonetheless puzzles. I'm sure Drew beat TomZ to the Master Brillic, but both are recorded.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
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o ok sorry


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
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It's quite possibly as uninteresting as anything could be, but you've forgot "Hexie".

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
PostPosted: Mon Mar 29, 2010 2:36 am 
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you have put some puzzles in the wrong order

example, march 27
95 - Half Buck = topic 16668
96 - Mini RX = topic 16662
97 - Inverted 1x2x3 = topic 16660
98 - Rotabram = topic 16656

the order of those should be inverted.
and on many more places of the list

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
PostPosted: Mon Mar 29, 2010 4:41 am 
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Nice Puzzle update RentLix, 5 star for that!!! :solved: :)


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
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What about Olz's 4x4x1? :D

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
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TomZ wrote:
It's quite possibly as uninteresting as anything could be, but you've forgot "Hexie".

Nothing like an early-on puzzle to mess up the count of the rest of the puzzles.

olz wrote:
the order of those should be inverted.
and on many more places of the list

Honestly, in order of date is pretty accurate, right? If you want to, you can reorder the puzzles in order of the topic values, however, that would be both time consuming and unawarding. Besides, the numbers are the count; I'm not assigning numbers to each puzzle.

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What about Olz's 4x4x1?

Alex

Ah! I came across the thread previously, yes, but now I can actually add it to the list now that I know what it is.


I've updated the original post.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
PostPosted: Mon Mar 29, 2010 11:33 pm 
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Instead of making an excel file and uploading every month, have you considered making a public Google Calendar? It'd be easier for people to get to and fits better with the idea of keeping track of dates.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
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What about the correctly proportioned 7x7x7, if it is real.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
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I have 3 new puzzle

SmaZ cube : HT square-1
SmaZ cube : marco's HT square-1
SmaZ cube : marco's pyramid

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of March 2010
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GuiltyBystander wrote:
Instead of making an excel file and uploading every month, have you considered making a public Google Calendar? It'd be easier for people to get to and fits better with the idea of keeping track of dates.

I am not focusing on dates, I'm focusing on Puzzles. The text you see above is probably far more convenient than a calender. That way you can catch mistakes I make.

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What about the correctly proportioned 7x7x7, if it is real.

I know that technically counts as a new custom puzzle, however, I am keeping track of puzzles made by members of this forum.

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I have 3 new puzzle

SmaZ cube : HT square-1
SmaZ cube : marco's HT square-1
SmaZ cube : marco's pyramid

I see... I must have confused the similar titles as a repetition in puzzles. I'll modify it when I finish the homework I should be doing right now.

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