25th anniversary cube
Puzzle made for the 25th anniversary of the cube.
Good for speedcubing after lubricating.
An attractive sticker variation with confusing properties.
A 3x3x3 with a hole through the center.
Rubik's Revenge (ITC)
Follow up to the Rubik's cube, as shown by its name.
Produced in 1982 and 1983 by Ideal Toy Corporation in Korea, Macau and Hong Kong.
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.
The first 7x7x7. A seven layered cube.
CUBE (SHAPE PRESERVING)
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.
The deepcut corner turning cube.
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.
A 3x3x3 placed in midturn and reoriented in its original shape. Every piece is of unique shape and therefore sticker can be unicoloured.
It is not a boob cube but a boob can solve this one too.
Not the first fully functional 3x3x4 but the first mass produced.
The first fully functional 3x3x5.
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.
A fully functional and fully proportional 4x4x6 made from a 4x4x4.
Calvins Cuboid Series (I-Cube)
A 3x3x3 with one side extended with an additional rotating layer. Member of a whole series similar to the Crazy Plus 3x3x3s.
The concept of the Bump Cube (aka Mirror Blocks) combined with the Floppy Cube.
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.
Meffert's version from 1982 with six colours.
A higher-order Pyramorphix. A 3x3x3 transformed into the shape of a tetrahedron.
A beautiful (but simple) puzzle closely related to the Dino Cube!
The puzzle is an extension of the Megaminx to a truncated icosahedron (soccerball or buckyball for the chemists).
All 32 sides are rotatable.
Stellated Skewb from Meffert's parts. The first sample were made without exchanged pieces.
Spin the number ring, and twist the ends to flip seven of the thirteen numbers over.