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 Post subject: Puzzles of May 2010
PostPosted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 6:32 pm 
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Sorry for the delay of this topic. I was in Hawai'i for the past 10 days. Here is the list:

176- May 1- Anthony's Greenhill's Offset Square-1
177- May 1- Justin's 2x2x2 Domino
178- May 1- Oskar's Gear Snake
179- May 1- Aleh's Mini Master Octahedron
180- May 3- kevinnguyen's Lozenge Prism
181- May 4- Vladimir Yaroslavskiy's Vertushka-2 "San Fransisco Cars"
182- May 4- Daqing Bao's Crazy 2x2x3 Plus Cube
183- May 4- Daqing Bao's Crazy 2x3x3 Plus Cube
184- May 4- TomZ's 3x4x5 v3
185- May 4- olz's/incredible's 2x2x9
186- May 5- incredible's Mini Twisted 3x3x3
187- May 6- Vladimir Yaroslavskiy's Vertuska-3 "Strawberry"
188- May 6- Volitar Prime's Super Gigaminx
189- May 8- mu puzzles' Hollow 1x2x5
190- May 8- mu puzzles' Hollow 2x2x1
191- May 8- mu puzzles' Micro 1x2x3
192- May 8- SmaZ's Axis Barrel Cube
193- May 8- Oskar's Floppy 3x3x3
194- May 8- ProfilesRubiks' Hexagonal Prism 2
195- May 9- Derek Tolley's No Name Cubic Megaminx
196- May 9- Rugia's 3x3x3 Transfer MOD
197- May 9- Andreas Normann's Pyrainx
198- May 10- Andreas Nortmann's Truncated Corner 000 011
199- May 10- Andreas Nortmann's Truncated Corner 000 001 110
200- May 10- Andreas Nortmann's Truncated Corner 000 001 010
201- May 10- Andreas Nortmann's Truncated Corner 000 001 010 101
202- May 10- Andreas Nortmann's Truncated Corner 000 001 010 111
203- May 10- Andreas Nortmann's Truncated Corner 000 001 010 011 100
204- May 10- Andreas Nortmann's Truncated Corner 000 001 010 101 110
205- May 10- Andreas Nortmann's Truncated Corner 001 010 100 011 101 111
206- May 10- Andreas Nortmann's Truncated Corner 000 000 010 100 110 101 110
207- May 10- clauswe's Smaller 5x5x3
208- May 10- Quirky-CubesQuirky Cube
209- May 11- HeavyTanHat's SuperDots (Super Cube Stickers)
210- May 11- Apollo's Rhombic Dodecahedron
211- May 12- clauswe's Hex Domino Half Black Rainbow Puck
212- May 12- kuBer's Bricked Windmill Cube
213- May 13- SmaZ's Bright DINO Cylinder
214- May 15- Oskar's UNSCAMBLED
215- May 15- VeryWetPaint's Minimis 2x2x1
216- May 15- Steveo's and Quirky-Cubes' Junior Xenomorphix
217- May 15- Steveo's Tiny 1x2x3
218- May 15- Steveo's Medium 1x2x3
000- May 15- Steveo's Music Rings (Not a puzzle)
219- May 16- Vladimir Yaroslavskiy's "y30pbl" Traceries (Name uses characters Notepad doesn't)
220- May 16- kevinnguyen's Mini Hexis
221- May 16- Andreas Nortmann's Doppelkeil - Sharp Edges 5180628000
222- May 17- Andreas Nortmann's Sharp Edges Rohmbohedron - Sharp Edges 201040280040
223- May 18- Elijah's Professor's Domino (5x5x2)
224- May 18- Steryne's 8 Color Simple Overlapping Cube
225- May 18- DLitwin's Elemental:Aluminum Heart
226- May 18- Andreas Nortmann's Identical Circles - Sharp Edges 201100220100
227- May 19- Andreas Nortmann's Incomplete Antiprism - Sharp Edges 201080420100
228- May 19- cubervietnam's 3x3x5 Triangular Prism
229- May 19- grigr's Fluffy Cube
230- May 19- grigr's Microbic Cube
231- May 19- grigr's Dice Cube
232- May 19- RFLo9Puzzles' Pioneer 11 Cube
233- May 19- Clauswe's Mini 5x5x2 v1.5
234- May 19- Clauswe's Mini 7x7x5
235- May 20- Clauswe's Master Skewb
236- May 20- Clauswe's Elite Skewb
237- May 20- Andreas Nortmann's Triangular Cut Rhombohedron - Octagonal Edges A5E8200141E13 Extended
238- May 21- Andreas Nortmann's Double Edge Turning Symmetry - Octagonal Edges 21E0800104C84 Extended
239- May 21- grigr's Little MazNCube
240- May 22- Kevin's Off-Set Cube
241- May 22- mmonede's Glow in Dark Twins
242- May 22- Apollo's Anemoi Cylinder
243- May 22- Oskar's Overlap Cube 2x2x23
244- May 22- Garrett's Mini Dino Cube
245- May 22- Andreas Nortmann's RhombicCorner - Octagonal Edges 200001087 Extended
246- May 23- Sublime's 4-Color Gear Cube
247- May 23- Sublime's 4-Color Face 3x3x3
248- May 23- Andreas Nortmann's 7-Sided Oddity - Octagonal Edges 21E8800144087
249- May 24- Monopoly's 6-Color Black Logic Star
250- May 24- Andreas Nortmann's Four Sided Pyramid - Octagonal Edges E8000140294 Extended
251- May 25- Andreas Nortmann's Skewed Prism - Octagonal Edges 21E8A00145E10 Extended
252- May 25- honamhai's Triangular Prism 4x4x4
253- May 25- Oskar's Gift Cube
254- May 25- Apollo's Bump Tetrahedron
255- May 25- clauswe's Ambiguity One
256- May 25- clauswe's Ambiguity Two
257- May 26- clauswe's Pillowed Hexaminx
258- May 26- Andreas Nortmann's Xenopix
259- May 27- dylan_46's Hexa Quare
260- May 27- Vladimir Yaroslavskiy's Checker Cube
261- May 27- Andreas Nortmann's Sharp Edges 210050680008- Strange Octahedron
262- May 28- Andreas Nortmann's Cornerless Hexagon Rhombic Dodecadedron 3x3x3
263- May 28- Andreas Nortmann's Cornerless Rhonbic Dodecahedron 3x3x3
264- May 28- clauswe's Spiked Mace
265- May 29- RFLo9Puzzles' Mineminx Cube
266- May 29- Quirky-Cubes' Curvy Hexaminx
267- May 30- VeryWetPaint's Cube 321
268- May 30- ProfilesRubiks' White Dino
269- May 30- Tony Fisher's Gear Cube Sticker Variation

(If your puzzle is italicized, except the Music Rings, there is a problem recording it and I've PM-ed you about the problem. Please reply promptly so I can settle the problem)

I must say, Andreas Nortmann must have spent quite a bit of time modding his 3x3x3s. He modded so many, he couldn't even give them all names! Andreas is in the lead for the largest net number of new puzzles since the beginning of the year.

90 puzzles were made during this month, to my count, which is the current record for most puzzles in one month. If I've missed any (and the only way that's possible is if it wasn't posted in "New Puzzles") please give me the link.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
PostPosted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 6:42 pm 
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I just wanted to let you know that I really appreciate these lists! Its really incredible to re-discover so many gems :) and to face how many puzzles are being made... and by so few people :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
PostPosted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 6:44 pm 
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Cube 321 also goes to the wrong page.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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Its nice to have these lists only to contact who made them and see if thy want to please add the to the Museum at all other wise its only nice to look at. No offense taken I hope.

Heres a link to help you get started. I hope!!!

viewtopic.php?p=213823#p213823

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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Darren Grewe wrote:
Its nice to have these lists only to contact who made them and see if thy want to please add the to the Museum at all other wise its only nice to look at. No offense taken I hope.

I am also recording the information in an Excel spreadsheet to keep track of additional information needed to update the musem. I am keeping track of:

Date posted
Designer/Modder Username (NOT real name even if everyone already knows it)
Puzzle Name
Puzzle Mechanism (Unique if completely new)
URL to the thread

I also wanted to see if I could include the URL to the images. That way it becomes much nicer rather than just having a bunch of imageless entries. The hard and very dreary part will be putting them into the museum. I may actually follow your advice and split that job.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
PostPosted: Mon Jun 07, 2010 12:02 am 
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Yay, so cool to be on one of these lists again :P

edit: just noticed, i'm on the list twice, yeeessss.. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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The music rings are mine alone, the Junior Xenomorphix was a collaboration :wink:
Just like last month, thank you for these lists! They help organize my bookmarks :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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Congratulations on the work that goes into these lists!
Could I suggest to add the links to the previous months in you first monthly post?
I found all the others doing a search, but I would find it nice to have all in one place,
the place that is the actual list.
Thank you for considering this.


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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506173 wrote:
Congratulations on the work that goes into these lists!
Could I suggest to add the links to the previous months in you first monthly post?
I found all the others doing a search, but I would find it nice to have all in one place,
the place that is the actual list.
Thank you for considering this.


Agree :)

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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1. One missed puzzle: Vladimir Yaroslavskiy's Vertushka-2 "San Francisco Cars" http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=17104

2. Please, replace iaroslavski's by Vladimir Yaroslavskiy's in all my puzzles.

3. It would be nice to have links to previous and, later, to next month.


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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we should have a sticky with every complete list! I guess they arent too hard to find on ones own, but it would be very nice.. :)

I can see that down the road that sticky will be so heavy, it will be redicolous. but it will be awesome :D

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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I wasn't my intention to have the lead in such a competition but its nice anyway.
Thank you for your hard work compiling these lists.


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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iaroslavski wrote:
1. One missed puzzle: Vladimir Yaroslavskiy's Vertushka-2 "San Francisco Cars" http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=17104

2. Please, replace iaroslavski's by Vladimir Yaroslavskiy's in all my puzzles.

3. It would be nice to have links to previous and, later, to next month.

I will add your puzzle. Meanwhile, if you wish, I can record your name with your puzzles. On these lists, which are just the text ones, I record usernames for the sake of organization. However, if you want me to record the Excel sheet with your name, I can do that.

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The music rings are mine alone, the Junior Xenomorphix was a collaboration

Understood and fixed. I must have misread your post about Quirky-Cubes making one of your designs.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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Anthony Greenhill's Offset Square-1 goes to the wrong page. :roll:


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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I think that with every month we should have a "puzzle of the month" award, using the puzzles listed by Rentlix.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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Steryne wrote:
I think that with every month we should have a "puzzle of the month" award, using the puzzles listed by Rentlix.


Agree, may be 3 prices for builder :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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Steryne wrote:
I think that with every month we should have a "puzzle of the month" award, using the puzzles listed by Rentlix.

Oskar would probably win them. Unless Oskar is disqualified from this sort of award, we will see the same winner every month.
kevinnguyen wrote:
Anthony Greenhill's Offset Square-1 goes to the wrong page.

I swear I checked them all... Fixed.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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How about, if you win won month ( :wink: ) you can't be entered until the start of the next year? That insures 12 winners and a grand winner.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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That means it's only fair if we go back to January's. Sounds fine to me. You do the bumping on those old topics.


(And Cube 321's link was also wrong... I thought I changed them yesterday!)

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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Wow... that's a big list. It would be cool if whichever puzzle that won this puzzle a month idea thing here, if Meffert's produced it as their Puzzle or the Year.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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I agree that would be cool, but it's not going to happen.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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I don't see RedRoost80's milloctahedron? :cry:

viewtopic.php?f=15&p=192184#p192184

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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It seems to me that puzzle was posted December of last year. That means it doesn't fit either "May" or "2010", and therefore isn't on this list.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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Lost puzzles - grigorusha Microbic and Dice cube (12 mm) - 20 may
viewtopic.php?f=15&t=17286

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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grigr wrote:
Lost puzzles - grigorusha Microbic and Dice cube (12 mm) - 20 may
viewtopic.php?f=15&t=17286

I swear I was on that page today when I checked on new puzzles.

Fixed.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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Rentlix wrote:
It seems to me that puzzle was posted December of last year. That means it doesn't fit either "May" or "2010", and therefore isn't on this list.


oh God... i didnt even realize it was for May 2010.. :lol: :oops:

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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It might have been the surprisingly large number of puzzles that mislead you... Then again "May" is on every line of that list... I'm just wondering how you missed the "2010" part.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of May 2010
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Hello,
your work is very important to this community, Many thanks from me,
I very much appreciate your posts.

Thank you

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