Official Rubik's Cubes manufactured in the 1990's and 2000's
A 3x3x3 with a hole through the center.
Pokemon Cube III
This Pokemon cube stands only 53 mm high and features six different Pokemon characters.
6X6X6 & UP
The first mass produced 6x6x6. A six layered cube.
The first 7x7x7. A seven layered cube.
CUBE (SHAPE PRESERVING)
Cubic 3x3x9 I
The logic successor of the cubic 3x3x7. A cuboid out of a series of cubes that behave like a bandaged 9x9x9.
A variation on the Helicopter Cube that uses curved cuts to reveal the otherwise hidden centerpieces.
An incredible creation by Katsuhiko Okamoto. A very rare puzzle for many years it became mass produced in 2011.
A corner turning hexahedron. Very similar to the MasterSkewb but without its corners.
CUBE (SHAPE CHANGING)
A 3x3x3 with the cutting planes rotated by 60� around a corner.
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.
Taking the concept of the Rubik's cube and turning it 45 degrees.
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.
A bump cube (aka Mirror blocks) transformed like the borg cube
A modified Square-1 where the corners are split into two pieces. A non-bandaged puzzle unlike the original.
It is not a boob cube but a boob can solve this one too.
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.
A custom built 3x3x3 variation that functions as a 3x3x3.
The long awaited bigger brother of the 2x3x4. Unlike all the previous 3x4x5s, this isn't a cubie chaos out of 2 siamese cubes but a fully finctional 3x4x5 cuboid.
Case Cube (Cuboid)
Elongated Fisher Cube made by Jean-Claude Constantin and rebuilt by Tony Fisher.
Meffert's build-up and truncation of a Skewb into an octahedron.
Of this 3x3x3-variant only few examples were produced and sold in the eighties.
The easiest cornerturning dodecahedron. The name is taken from its hexahedral cousin.
The face turning dodecahedron with two layers per face. A Megaminx with an additional layer on each face.
This is a newer version of the Megaminx, published by Meffert, with tiles and 12 distinct colours.
Essentially a deeper cut megaminx at heart, the Pyraminx crystal adds a new twist to the classic puzzle.
A three layered Megaminx. One of the most famous custom twisty puzzles before mass production started.
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.
Functionally the same as a 2x2x2
Mass produced remake of the original Magic Jewel.
A bumped variant of the Cheese-puzzle. A six segment prism with one layer.
Anthony Greenhill's 2-layered Cheese created from an UFO mechanism.
HEADS & OBJECTS
Darth Maul Head
A 2x2x2 puzzle in the shape of the head of Darth Maul, the main villain from Star Wars Episode I.
Rubik's Obi Wan Head
A 2x2x2 puzzle with the shape of two characters from Star Wars Episode II.
Twist and slide the top face of the cube to move the lights until you reach the solution.
Six coloured balls have to be moved in their matching domes.