A mass produced 2x2x2 by Verdes. Sold in traditional and pillowed shape and with back and white body.
The 3x3x3 by Verdes Innovations
The 2012-version of the Void Cube.
Maze Cube (3x3x3)
A 3x3x3 custom sticker variation, filled with mathematical considerations, which shows a single closed loop line on it.
A very confusing sticker variation. From the early 1980s.
A sticker variant of the 4x4x4. Compared with the traditional stickering scheme the face pieces are distinguishable.
6X6X6 & UP
The first mass produced 6x6x6. A six layered cube.
CUBE (SHAPE PRESERVING)
A hybrid of Curvy Copter and 2x2x2.
Cubic 3x3x9 II
The cousin of Cubic 3x3x9. All of its faces are split up. A cuboid out of a series of cubes that behave like a bandaged 9x9x9.
A puzzle with 4 axes and many ways to interpret it.
A mass produced cube with pentagrammically cut circles on all six side.
The deepcut corner turning cube.
CUBE (SHAPE CHANGING)
The Bump Cube is a simple 3x3x3 Rubik's cube, but with an interesting twist. It spawned a whole series of puzzles and created a verb of its own.
Fisher's Golden Cube
All the stickers on this 78 mm modified Skewb are the same reflective golden colour. There is only one solution.
Get back to Square-1
An american based version of the Square-1. It distinguishes itself from the other variants because it was sold in scrambled state.
2x2x3 (aka Slim Tower)
A formerly custom now mass produced 2x2x3 cuboid, commonly known as the "Slim Tower"
Cuboid, made after the original cube craze, first customly from a 3x3x3, then mass produced.
Scramble (Super Floppy) Cube
An enhanced version of the Floppy Cube from the same inventor. A floppy cube where you can turn the faces 90 degrees.
A face turning octahedron. Built without CAD before the age of 3D-printing.
Meffert's build-up and truncation of a Skewb into an octahedron.
The Holey Megaminx or Void Megaminx - inspired by the Void Cube this is a megaminx without centres.
Mass produced version of the Pentultimate with hollow pieces.
The Jing's pyraminx was created by Adam Cowen and was produced by Uwe Meffert in 2009. It is a pillowed Halpern-Meier pyramid, based on the skewb mechanism.
A higher-order Pyramorphix. A 3x3x3 transformed into the shape of a tetrahedron.
Pyraminx (Tomy 1981)
The 1981 Tomy version. Most samples came with logo on the yellow face.
A beautiful (but simple) puzzle closely related to the Dino Cube!
A mass produced spherical Gear Cube.
Another version of the K-Ball. This time with coloured rings and braille symbols.
A Pentultimate in the shape of the first stellated icosidodecahedron.
Stellated Skewb from Meffert's parts. The first sample were made without exchanged pieces.
HEADS & OBJECTS
Also called: Jackpot/Platypus/Pyrabix/NGP/Xtreme Puzzle.
An attractive little puzzle, possibly related to the legendary Rubik's Cheeze.
A 3x3x3 with additional layers on four of its sides. It became a member of a whole series similar to the Crazy Plus 3x3x3s.
A 3x3x3 with two additional layers on four of its sides.
The tile sliding puzzle from the original cube craze.
9 spheres arranged in a 3x3 square. Spin rows and columns to position them in the same orientation.
Modern adaptation of the Hungarian Rings.
The first release. This version had no reset hole. Once pushed, the buttons stay pushed.
Spin the top/bottom half to mix the satellites, then use the central plunger to flip one, two, three or four satellites over.
The original version produced by Politoys.
A great little puzzle that keep you busy for hours!
Four balls in a frame. Craters on each ball block and unblock rotation of the adjacent balls.
Six coloured balls have to be moved in their matching domes.
Arrange the ten pieces by breaking them into two groups and putting them back together again.