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 Post subject: Puzzles of September 2010
PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 11:27 pm 
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If the slight chance that a new puzzle gets posted in the next half hour occurs, please tell me. I figured I might as well post it since its done.

I present to you:

470- Sep 01 MaxXimum13's (and DARKYtheCUBER's?) Pillowed FT Rhombic Dodecahedron
471- Sep 01 traiphum's ReuleauxMinx V.2
472- Sep 01 Zhewei's Master Skewb
473- Sep 01 Zhewei's HL's Cube
474- Sep 01 Zhewei's "Bump" GhostCube
475- Sep 01 Zhewei's Icosaminx
476- Sep 01 Zhewei's Hexaminx
477- Sep 01 Zhewei's 5x5x5 Mastermorphix
478- Sep 01 Zhewei's Master Axis Cube
479- Sep 01 jlspma's No-named 5x5x5 Sticker Variation
480- Sep 02 mitchblahman's X-Factor
481- Sep 03 Sharon Avidor's 3x3x3 Sculpture
482- Sep 03 Chilen's Bandaged Cube with Rope
483- Sep 04 SmaZ's Marco Square-1 (Twins)
484- Sep 04 Oskar's Hex Cube
485- Sep 06 ENCuber's Crystal Cube
486- Sep 07 DARKYtheCUBER's 1x2x3 Babyface
487- Sep 08 RubixFreakGreg's 3x3 Knot From Hell
488- Sep 10 RyanZ's Correctly Proportioned 3x3x5
489- Sep 10 Muffet's Star Puzzle with a Twist
490- Sep 11 RubixFreakGreg's NOMECH Magnets Pentultimate
491- Sep 11 Garrett's Master Octahedron
492- Sep 11 RubixFreakGreg's Capsule Puzzle
493- Sep 11 Oskar's Split Hex
494- Sep 11 SmaZ's Luxor
495- Sep 11 RubixFreakGreg's Mini Split 3x3x2
496- Sep 11 RyanZ's White Cubic 4x4x5
497- Sep 12 Apollo's Crazy Triangle
498- Sep 12 Drewseph's Chopasaurus
499- Sep 15 A J's Time Machine II
500- Sep 16 cubervietnam's Master Hexis Cube
501- Sep 16 arvinshu's Stochastic Cutting Cube
502- Sep 16 Spy_Satellite's 4x4x4 Sticker Mod
503- Sep 16 Spy_Satellite's 5x5x5 Sticker Mod
504- Sep 16 Quirky-Cubes' Miscellaneous Lock
505- Sep 16 Spy_Satellite's Sputnik 1
506- Sep 17 Alex P's and Oskar's Alex Black Hole
507- Sep 18 TomZ's Constrained Cube
508- Sep 19 jerry533482's 3x4x5 Cubie Chaos from Dollar Store Cubes
509- Sep 19 Apollo's 5x5 Dodecahedron
510- Sep 19 heiowge's Castle Cube
511- Sep 20 Owl's Pillowed 1x1
512- Sep 20 Volitar Prime's Super Helicopter Stickers
513- Sep 20 Volitar Prime's Ultimate Helicopter Stickers
514- Sep 20 puzzlesmith's Fused Cube
515- Sep 20 Cooldayr's and Will_57's Holey Gigaminx
516- Sep 21 pirsquared's DeFTI
517- Sep 24 Timur's Shim's F-Skewb
518- Sep 24 Oskar's and bram's PantaBram
519- Sep 25 Josh B's Slice RD 2x2
520- Sep 25 Josh B's Josh's 2x2
521- Sep 25 SmaZ's 3x3x5 V2
522- Sep 26 eye2eye's Quad Cube Mod
523- Sep 27 Owlstudioz's Half-Truncated 1x1x1
524 -Sep 27 A J's Rhombodron Skweeb
525- Sep 30 Doubleyou's 5x5x3 Cuboid
526- Sep 30 judochiou625's Dodecahedron in a Cube

Italicized means there was a problem recording, and a PM has been sent. EDIT: Wow I must be tired. Typos fixed. EDIT: Fixed errors pointed out.

Let the voting commence! (If you're new- 2 votes per member, you can't vote for the same user twice)

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 11:31 pm 
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I vote:

-Dodecahedron in a Cube
-NOMech Pentultimate

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 11:34 pm 
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My votes are for the chopasaurus and the holey gigaminx! both great puzzles

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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Dodecahedron in a Cube
Holey Gigaminx

Both really great leaps in the puzzling hobby!

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
PostPosted: Fri Oct 01, 2010 12:13 am 
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My votes are for
1- Dodecahedron in a cube
2- Holey gigaminx

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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5-Dodecahedron in a cube
4-Chopasarous
3-DeFTI
2-Holey Gigaminx
1-Crazy Triangle

I know this is NOT the correct way to vote but soooooo many puzzles deserve this.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
PostPosted: Fri Oct 01, 2010 12:22 am 
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Dodecahedron in a Cube
Chopasarous

Worth mentioning: Holy Gigaminx, DeFTI and the NOMech Pentultimate.


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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Dodecahedron in a Cube, and the Holey Gigaminx.

It's funny that a relatively not too hard to build mod is the first on most people's vote, including mine.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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-Drew's Chopasaurus
-Apollo's 5x5x5 Dodecahedron

Also worth a mention: Holey Gigaminx, NOMECH Pentultimate, Rhombodron Skweeb, F-Skewb, Dodecahedron in a Cube, DeFTI.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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I usually vote for one CAD designed puzzle, and one hand built puzzle, just because while CAD puzzles can be very complex, it's amazing what can be done by hand, and the amount of skill it requires.

I vote:
Chopasaurus
Dodecahedron in a Cube

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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I vote:
-Drew's Chopasaurus
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and Garrett's Master Octahedron

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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SEBUVER wrote:
It's funny that a relatively not too hard to build mod is the first on most people's vote, including mine.
True, it was an easy mod compared to others on the list. But - this is a whole new concept; it's a first. It's something that's not been seen before, and it's truly creative and original. Isn't that what puzzle building and modding is all about? :D


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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My votes:

- judochiou625's Dodecahedron in a Cube

- Apollo's Crazy Triangle

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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-Drewseph's Chopasaurus for a very complex mechanism, with over 900 parts.

-pirsquared's DeFTI cuz I really like icosahedrons, and this one is pretty amazing.. lol

(Dodecahedron in a Cube is a Brand new way of cube building, but its only a Dodecahedron with a cube shape casted around the parts.. and Im more into new shapes and complicated puzzles)

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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1. Pantabram
2. Dodecahedron in a cube

... on the basis that I will always favour original ingenuity, simplicity and beauty (like the original Cube) over complex extensions of an old concept.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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Kelvin Stott wrote:
1. Pantabram
2. Dodecahedron in a cube

... on the basis that I will always favour original ingenuity, simplicity and beauty (like the original Cube) over complex extensions of an old concept.


just to clarify my self, im not talking about "complex extensions of an old concept", im talking about new ideas with complex mechanism.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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1. Dodecahedron in a Cube :D
2. DeFTI :D

Two great puzzles; September has been a great month for puzzles. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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1) Void Gigaminx: Exceptionnal!

2) I have to say I really liked my NOMECH Pentultimate, although it's not because it's mine, and I didn't expect it to turn as good!

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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1. Chopasaurus
2. DeFTI

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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I go for:
Drewseph´s Chopasaurus
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judochiou625's Dodecahedron in a Cube

I hate not including the DeFTI....

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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SmaZ's 3x3x5 V2
Doubleyou's 5x3x3 Cuboid

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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Excellent work, as always. Unfortunately, the list includes a few flaws:

- Tony Fisher's Weenicons Puzzle: not made by Tony as far as I can tell (just a commercial platypus puzzle rebranding)
- Oskar's, Bram's, and Pantazis' Pantabram: though the puzzle is named after him, Pantazis is not one of the creators of the Pantabram.
- Okamoto's 90-degree limited cube is not included.

My votes go to:
- Dodecahedron in cube
- Chopasaurus
(I hate to repeat everybody else but these are just such very nice puzzles, each in their own league.)

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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Another great month. Here's my votes:
Drewseph's Chopasaurus
pirsquared's DeFTI

And runner up puzzles I wish I could vote for:
Cooldayr's and Will_57's Holey Gigaminx
Timur's Shim's F-Skewb
judochiou625's Dodecahedron in a Cube

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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You seem to be excluding the M.I.S.C.E.L.L.A.N.E.O.U.S. Lock.

I vote: Dodecahedron in Cube and M.I.S.C.E.L.L.A.N.E.O.U.S. lock :D

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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Holey Gigaminx and Chopasaurus. How I wish there was a third option, this month was just too good!

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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Not trying to canvas for votes or anything. I just wanted to make the list. I think my castle cube should be on there as well (19th Sept). :D

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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1 Drewseph's Chopasaurus
2 Timur's Shim's F-Skewb

second choise
TomZ's Constrained Cube and Okamoto Quarter Cube
Cooldayr's and Will_57's Holey Gigaminx
pirsquared's DeFTI

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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List has been updated. I'd like to add the following things:

If a puzzle is in the puzzle building competition and does not have its own thread, I will not find it unless you make a new thread on it or hint about it late as seen here. This also goes for puzzles not found in the New Puzzles thread. If your puzzle isn't in the New Puzzles, I'll only get to it by chance. Not dependable.

I'd like to sarcastically thank those of you who linked to Okamoto's Quarter Cube. I'd like to know if Okamoto's puzzles should fit on this list anymore- he is no longer active and his newest creations require someone else to announce in a language we can understand. The whole point in these lists is to show everyone what members of the TP forum have created. It doesn't make sense to me to say that someone who has no desire to show off his puzzles on TP should be on the TP custom puzzle list.

I'm open minded to your advice, but that's my stance.

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1 - pirsquared's DeFTI
2 - Timur's Shim's F-Skewb

Honorable mentions
Drewseph's Chopasaurus
Apollo's 5x5 Dodecahedron
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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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Thankyou Rentlix for the add. Love the avatar btw.

My 1st vote goes to judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube". Simply elegant and beautiful. As someone who makes arty mods, I really appreciated the beauty of it.

My 2nd vote is for Drewseph's Chopasaurus. Beautiful. Love it.

jlspma's No-named 5x5x5 Sticker Variation gets my honourable mention. I love the concept and have his permission to make myself a simple 3x3 version.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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Since so many of you wish to have more than 2 votes, should we try out 3 or 4 next month?

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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Chopasaurus

Dodecahedron in a cube

Both are amazing for very different reasons.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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TomZ wrote:
Oskar's, Bram's, and Pantazis' Pantabram: though the puzzle is named after him, Pantazis is not one of the creators


True, I had nothing to do with the physical puzzle. So it really depends on how much you
count inspiration. I personally do not mind the current changes, I am just a bit surprised by
your reaction, as even Oskar mentioned all three names on the title of the puzzle (i.e. if I was
in your place and you were in mine, I would simply not bother about it).


My takes:

1. Pentabram (looks so easy, yet it is so difficult, what else to say?)
2. Chopasaurus (just the fact that it reminds me of Star Wars, is enough!!!)

And Rentlix, three votes would be great actually, something like a "personal" gold, silver,
and bronze medal, to then provide (after the vote counting) a "monthly" gold, silver, and
bronze medal.

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PS. We need three more votes to reach the magic number 30! :)
(well, even with 27 votes, the distribution seems "fair" enough)

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MizMelysaLadi wrote:
SmaZ's 3x3x5 V2
Doubleyou's 5x3x3 Cuboid

(I love cuboids)


Yay! I got a vote! :) Thanks! You should not vote for mine tho. Its a complete copy of another puzzle from the same month!! :)
488- Sep 10 RyanZ's Correctly Proportioned 3x3x5
and.. I actually think Smaz' is the same thing as well

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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I vote for Alex's Black Hole and Chopasaurus. Not that I'm hoping Alex's Black Hole will get any more votes than mine, but it's a very innovative and accessible concept and probably by far the most commercial potential of anything to come out this month.


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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If you're including puzzles that have been made in the past by other people, such as the 3x3x5, why don't you include Heiowge's Mirror Borg puzzle he made for me?

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SEBUVER wrote:
If you're including puzzles that have been made in the past by other people, such as the 3x3x5, why don't you include Heiowge's Mirror Borg puzzle he made for me?

C'mon people. Give me links, as stated in the previous post and previous months. If it was not in the New Puzzles thread, you need to show it to me or it won't make it onto the list. I just haven't been on the site often enough to find the new puzzles from the other couple threads.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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Hmm, The dodecahedron in a Cube undoubtedly stands out, second ones tough, but I'll have to go with DeFTI, I have a weakness for regular icosahedra

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My Mirror Borg

The puzzle was finished on the 23rd of September.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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SEBUVER wrote:
My Mirror Borg

The puzzle was finished on the 23rd of September.

Yes, but Heiowge never posted about it. So that's why Rentlix didn't include it at first.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
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I didn't post about it because it was a commission rather than a new puzzle. Include it if you want or leave it out. I won't feel upset either way. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2010 10:46 am 
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I vote for:
517- Sep 24 Timur's Shim's F-Skewb
because of the discussions it started
524 -Sep 27 A J's Rhombodron Skweeb
because I came up with the same idea.


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles of September 2010
PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2010 11:24 am 
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I vote for the Chopasaurus and the Holey Gigaminx, both really impressive. F-Skewb also gets an honourable mention since I found the theory discussion pretty interesting.

Matt


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