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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2006 6:08 pm 
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ok this post is probably already up before but i would like to see peoples collection and not just in the database but like altogether here is my little collection i just started trying to expand


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Here's mine sans mini mental block, skewb, and create the cube magic.


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Hi Mike,

I see you finished the only edges cube.
Can you show some pictures?

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I don't have a table to show, but here are some photos of my collection when it was last unpacked.


http://helm.lu/cube/unpacked


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It seem more than me.

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I swear.....every time I see a Fisher's 5x5x5 Rhombic Dodec., I ALWAYS think "OMG A MASTER SKEWB!"

Great collection, I'll have to post mine next....

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YEAH me too! Masterskewb!

I will have one one day. Before I die, Ill sell my car and everything and buy one. :D

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Here is my collection, minus a few puzzles I'm restickering-


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georges wrote:
I don't have a table to show, but here are some photos of my collection when it was last unpacked.


http://helm.lu/cube/unpacked


two 6x6x6's?


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Two in my room and one in my son's room = three :wink:


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Two in my room and one in my son's room = three :wink:



:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

*faints*




PS Do you have any plans to adopt an extra "son"? :P

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And by the way... this is my "collection hide out"...!
(picture was taken last month - and yes, I know I need to organise it a bit LOL)


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PS Do you have any plans to adopt an extra "son"? :P

Τι να σου πω, Παντάζης; Μήπως, βεβαίως, καθόλου :wink:
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hehehehe Greek conversation....

Don't remember that we can read them with Babel Fish's help.. hehehe

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hehehehe Greek conversation....

Don't remember that we can read them with Babel Fish's help.. hehehe

I will post my collection very soon.

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i would like to c tony fishers collection that would be very cool!!!

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i would like to c tony fishers collection that would be very cool!!!


Me too! Tony Fisher, post here a photo of your collection, please!

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been meaning to add some pics for awhile. never got around to it. but here it goes. it's not all, minus some duplicates, plus none of my wooden puzzles.


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My stuff, taken recently so no new additions. Yet. :) Pic #3 also includes a to-date complete collection from the UK partwork "Classic Puzzles and Brainteasers", including the subscription-only puzzles.


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I thought i had a larger collection than this...but oh well its very minimalistic


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my colection of puzzles


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That is some good puzzle action. :D What that one that kinda looks like a professor cuboctahedron with bits cut off (just in front of the bandaged pyraminx)?


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That is some good puzzle action. :D What that one that kinda looks like a professor cuboctahedron with bits cut off (just in front of the bandaged pyraminx)?


Its a Half Truncated Cube with the corners of a truncated cube.
The name of this thing would be interesting:

Half Truncated Cube
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Truncated cube
= Two Third truncated cube ???


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I have recently bought three acrylic display cases for showing off some of my precious puzzles.

These are probably only 1/5 of my collection.

You may find the followings: in the picture:
Rubik SAJT, Rubik's Cheese, Rainbow Cheese, 2 Authentic Signed Tony Cubes, Bump Cube, Diamond Triacontahedron, Extended 7x7x7, ..., and many other custom cubes.

The puck which Milan is recently looking for is also there -- the rainbow puck with a crazy man picture in the center.

There are some easier puzzles sitting on the desk top for visitors to fooling with... so that they don't mess up my precious ones. Well, I like all of my puzzles, however, some of them are too expensive to have the risk. LOL!!!


p.s. The display cases have mirrow back panels and are very difficult to get a good picture. Sorry!!!


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I got a better picture taken.

http://www.puzzlemaniac.com/Collections ... owCase.jpg

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What is the polar bear doing in your collection? Is it a puzzle?

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Yes, Dodd, that Polar Bear is an assembly puzzle... well, may be I should say it's a "disassembly" puzzle. It's actually more difficult to figure out how to disassemble it. LOL!!!

It's formed by 14 high quality plastic pieces.

The quality is superb!!! It's very heavy ~ 1 1/2 lb.

On the belly, it shows "1986 PKR CORP, ANIPUZZLE, MADE IN THE USA".

It's one of my favorite puzzle!!!

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Hello, heres my total(ish) collection.

PLEASE comment on it or ask me any questions, as it took me ages to set up and put everything back away! 8-)

Ive attached some detailed pictures for those of you who are more interested :)


Thanks.

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What is the puzzle in the white/red triangular box just below your fused cube?

What is the puzzle to the left of the bandaged cube? Visually it appears to look like a Dino Cube but its nonstandard coloration leads me to believe it is not. It's certainly not a stickered 3x3x3 though.

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The red/white box is a Russian Pyraminx.
http://twistypuzzles.com/cgi-bin/puzzle.cgi?pid=541

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Hello. The boxed puzzle is a pyraminx (with original instructions that took me ages to find!), and you're right, the other is not a Dino. Im not sure of its name, but its just a folding-type puzzle.

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my semi-modest collection.

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Is this the puzzle you are thinking of Jin?


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yeh thats it!

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I imagined it was a folding puzzle of some type. Is this the case?

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My wife and I just bought a couple new bookcases. I told her I wanted to set up my puzzle collection in it temporarily so that I could take a picture. I got tired after a while of setting up the puzzles, especially when I realized I was going to have to take everything out when I was done and put it back where it was before, so this represents about 60% of my twisty collection. But it is the more interesting 60%, the rest includes Rubik games and books, twisty keychains, some more pyramids, and about 70 picture and promo cubes.

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...and a megaminx on top to rule them all. Nice!


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Hi Dale,
Nice collection... or 60% of it!
What is the boxes puzzle under Chinese dog with white head?
It looks like Toughdown, but it's not.
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Vadim,

Actually it is a touchdown. I believe there were two versions made, a brown one with green and yellow balls, and the one I have which is a patriotic version.

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nice collections guys
C'mon keep bringing them in i want to see a few more collections(Ryan,Adam,and tony) lol

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OK!
Here comes my updated collection (with me) 8-)
Also per-shelf photos.
(I hope most people have broadband as I didn't size down the photos, sorry!)
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Hi Vadim,

Skewb Ultimate and Megaminx on the bottom shelf are ready to turn to something new? 8-)


Классная коллекция!!!
Кстати, ты спрашивал, что означает слово BRILIC. Это слэнг, производное от бриллиант. Так же как миллион-лимон или цитрон, БМВ-бумер или бэха и т. д. Как долго ты живёшь в Великобритании, если не знаешь этого? :D


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What is a Pyracue NE? (3rd photo *I think* down in the middle)


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Okay, here it is. A lot more than i had expected. I still have a bunch more disassembled cubes laying around, as well as another incmopleted mod. :D


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Hi Vadim,

Skewb Ultimate and Megaminx on the bottom shelf are ready to turn to something new? 8-)
Классная коллекция!!!
Кстати, ты спрашивал, что означает слово BRILIC. Это слэнг, производное от бриллиант. Так же как миллион-лимон или цитрон, БМВ-бумер или бэха и т. д. Как долго ты живёшь в Великобритании, если не знаешь этого? :D

Oleg,
Skewb Ultimate is turning to something new as we speak! I am doing it and drinking beer at the same time, so wish me luck!
I have lived in Britain for the last 14 years, so I definitely wouldn't know that Russian slang, sorry!
I am embarrased though! I only heard "Bumer" this January, when I went to Russia for my father's funeral. Do you go to Russia often?
Haara: Vadim:
What is a Pyracue NE? (3rd photo *I think* down in the middle)
It's a puzzle by Okamoto-san. He is a wonderful Japanese puzzle maker. He offered to make 10 of those few years ago. Here is his web site:
http://puzzle3d.hp.infoseek.co.jp/sub5-1.html
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Oh yes,
I have broken my best Japanese side-cutters modifying that Megaminx!
I have to wait till next week when they get some more of them till I carry on! Sob :(
You have sharp eyes Oleg, though....
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Vadim:Oleg,
Skewb Ultimate is turning to something new as we speak! I am doing it and drinking beer at the same time, so wish me luck!
I have lived in Britain for the last 14 years, so I definitely wouldn't know that Russian slang, sorry!
I am embarrased though! I only heard "Bumer" this January, when I went to Russia for my father's funeral. Do you go to Russia often?


Last time I was there in 2000. :(

Good luck in creation of new puzzles!!! :wink:


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Haara wrote:
Vadim:
What is a Pyracue NE? (3rd photo *I think* down in the middle)


Woah it is a Paracue NE! :shock:

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Ryan: Nice collection, not big, but it has what counts. Are those 4x4x3 and 3x3x5 fully functional? I've been wanting to try the 4x4x3 mod, is the solve challenge worth the build?


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Apok, the 4x4x3 and 3x3x5 are just extensions. I built them just because i had a couple terrible dirt cheap cubes and wanted to try them out. They really don't require any skill to build. I personally like the 3x3x5 better than the 4x4x3, because the 4x4x3 is just sort of a waste of plastic. The pieces become to big to move comfortably, and i feel like i could break it easily. Also, the solution is no harder than the 3x3x3 at all. And also, the more extentions i added, i noticed that it seemed to get worse at turning. But i'd say try the 3x3x5 if you haven't already. :D


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