The stickering scheme of the Shepherd cube applied to a 2x2x2
A 3x3x3 with stickers covered with lenticular lenses. Whether it looks solved depends on the view angle.
A 3x3x3 with a hole through the center.
Crazy 4x4x4 III
The third 4x4x4 with circles on all six sides. The circles are larger as in the first two variants.
A sticker variant of the 4x4x4. Compared with the traditional stickering scheme the face pieces are distinguishable.
The 5x5x5 super group cube. Unlike the standard 5x5x5, each of the nine center cubies on each face has only one solved position and one solved orientation.
6X6X6 & UP
The first mass produced 6x6x6. A six layered cube.
The first 7x7x7. A seven layered cube.
CUBE (SHAPE PRESERVING)
An edge turning cube which closest relative is a more complex hybrid puzzle that came before it.
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.
A puzzle with 4 axis and many ways to interpret it.
An incredible creation by Katsuhiko Okamoto. A very rare puzzle for many years it became mass produced in 2011.
A twisty puzzle cube that turns around its corners. A faceless Compy Cube.
A corner turning hexahedron. Very similar to the MasterSkewb but without its corners.
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.
Fisher's Golden Cube
All the stickers on this 78 mm modified Skewb are the same reflective golden colour. There is only one solution.
A midturn 3x3x3 still in hexahedral shape but with such an awkwardly oriented axis system that every piece is uniquely shape and therefore sticker can be unicoloured.
The logo on this version is written in a different font.
A pillowed version of the 2x4x6. Made from a mass produced 4x4x6.
The first fully functional 3x3x5.
One of the earlier cuboids. Started as one of Tony Fisher's custom puzzle.
A fully functional and fully proportional 4x4x6 made from a 4x4x4.
The (fully functional) logical next step after 1x2x3, 2x3x4 and 3x4x5
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 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 corner turning 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.
The corners-only megaminx in dodecahedral shape which went into mass production.
This is a newer version of the Megaminx, published by Meffert, with tiles and 12 distinct colors.
Essentially a deeper cut megaminx at heart, the Pyraminx crystal adds a new twist to the classic puzzle.
A mass produced Dino dodecahedron with spherical cuts.
A face turning rhombic dodecahedron with cuts to make the number of pieces minimal.
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.
An incredible creation by Katsuhiko Okamoto which later made it into a mass production.
A higher-order Pyramorphix. A 3x3x3 transformed into the shape of a tetrahedron.
The black 1981 Meffert version.
DaYan Gem I
An edge turning hexahedron transformed into the shape of a truncated octahedron which is an archimedean solid.
A beautiful (but simple) puzzle closely related to the Dino Cube!
A face turning icosahedron. Not the first one but the first to reveal the jumbling geometry of this type of puzzles.
ROUND CONVEX SHAPES
A 3x3x3 truncated into three round surfaces in a spiral pattern.
A 3x3x3 with additional layers on four of its sides. It became a member of a whole series similar to the Crazy Plus 3x3x3s.