Zygmunt's Cube is based on an idea by Zygmunt Kurczewski. Zygmunt suggested a 2x2x2 cube with an additional 12 edge pairs, each of which could rotate by 180 degrees. Oskar modified Zygmunt's idea to make it look like a 4x4x4 cube, using the same cutting trick that he used for Oh Cube. Experts may recognize that this puzzle could be considered a bandaged version of Mike Armbrust's Rubik's 4x4x4 with a partial twist, which you can buy at Mike's Shapeways Shop.
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This was on Shapeways before if I remember correctly - is this just the first time you prototyped it?
_________________ 3x3x3 PB: 38.9 seconds Well, I accumulated puzzles without even trying this Christmas. Whoops. (Bermuda 8 planets, Rex Cube, Master Skewb, London Natural History Museum keychain 2x2x2, Impossiball)
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