25th anniversary cube
Puzzle made for the 25th anniversary of the cube.
Good for speedcubing after lubricating.
An attractive sticker variation with confusing properties.
This cube features cartoon drawings of aliens.
You probably don't want to eat the purple bananas.
Fruit Cube I
The first fruit cube produced by Wonderful Puzzler in 1987.
Maze Cube (3x3x3)
A 3x3x3 custom sticker variation, filled with mathematical considerations, which shows a single closed loop line on it.
This version has various shades of grey, blue and black and a logo on every side.
Poker Cube VI
This Poker Cube has white base plastic.
CUBE (SHAPE PRESERVING)
The deepcut corner turning cube.
CUBE (SHAPE CHANGING)
The 1994 Irwin Toys version.
Virtually (if not exactly) identical to the orignial Square-1.
This is a newer version of the Megaminx, published by Meffert, with tiles and 12 distinct colours.
This knock-off measures 52 mm along an edge.
IQ 139 Puck
One of the numerous variations of the hockey puck puzzle.
A black globe on a stand with the seven continents in various colours.
This green Masterball features a soccer (aka: football) theme. Can you score a goal?
A bumped variant of the Cheese-puzzle. A six segment prism with one layer.
A confusing twelve sided puzzle, closely related to the Megaminx.
HEADS & OBJECTS
Darth Maul Head
A 2x2x2 puzzle in the shape of Darth Maul's head.
An attractive little puzzle, possibly related to the legendary Rubik's Cheeze.
A mix between the moving hole puzzles and the two-layer UFO puzzles.
This sliding tiles puzzle/calendar/coin bank has a total of 41 tiles arranged in seven columns and six rows.
This large, hex-shaped, 6x6 Whip-It type puzzle is about 120 mm tall.
Rotate color wheels into the open space to move.
Return the coloured balls to their starting circles.
A puzzle lock, an interesting combination between a logic game and a sliding tile game.
Six circles each with eight pieces and one hole.
The tile sliding puzzle from the original cube craze.
A tile-sliding puzzle with the shape and design of a Pepsi can. The sliding is somewhat shifted.
These 14cm puzzle pens are identical except for their base outer colour and the colour of the missing tile.
This hex-shaped, 3x6 Whip-It puzzle is about 72 mm tall.
Burger King's 2 layer Missing Link type of puzzle, used to promote the Spongebob movie.
Four colours. Presumably one ball is missing on the other side.
A difficult modification of the 15 Puzzle.
This 6x6, hex-shaped Whip-It stands 8.5cm tall and 4cm wide (edge to edge).
This 3x6 Whip-It stands approximately 7cm tall. Produced in Macau. Original LJN Whip-Its were made in Hong Kong.
This version of Whip-It is very rare because it has 8 columns instead of the usual six.
A puzzle with four, three or two wheels. Depending on the configuration.
"Just put the numbers in order"... sounds a lot easier than it is!
Net Block UFO
Rotate the top/bottom half, then spin each half of a sphere to scramble the puzzle.
Port to Port
A version of the standard Tripple Cross puzzle. Use two up-down plungers and a left-right plunger to move your ship from one end of the board to another.
Puzzler - Novice
Create a solid blue circle to solve. The simplest of three different versions.
East german puzzle of overlapping disks.
Rubik's Fifteen (XV)
Rubik's 15 (XV) is 2 puzzles in one. Arrange the numbers in sequence 1 to 15. On the other side there is a magic square challenge.
This version has four wings and eight colours.
Harry Potter Magic
Rubiks Magic with Harry Potter depicted during a game of Quidditch.
Not really a twisty puzzle. Somewhat similar to a Rubik's Snake.
The original version produced by Politoys.
A great little puzzle that keep you busy for hours!
Spin the number ring, and twist the ends to flip seven of the thirteen numbers over.
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.
Try and remove the inner sliding mechanism, blocked by knobs you can only turn one at a time.
Create a row of 3 pegged squares of ONE of your colours - vertically, horizontally or diagonally, on one side of the Cube.
Rubik's Magic Strategy Game
"Easy to learn, a challenge to win." (Not to be confused with Rubik's Infinity, which is "easy to learn, a challenge to master"!)