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Does-it-scrambleThis puzzle follows the Rocket Twist and was designed to pose the question that gave it its name.
Double DinoA puzzle which axes do not meet in a single point. It combines mechanisms of the Floppy Cube and the Dino Cube.
Double TroubleA set of two 3x3x3s which implement different subgroups althought their behaviour is deceivingly similar.

Double WeirdTwo samples of Weird Disk 6x6 glued by design onto each other.
Dual CircleDual Circle - surprisingly enough is two interlocking circles - pieces move when the circles are turned.
Dumbbell CubeTwo 3x3x3s connected with a complex mechanism. Every turned side is followed by one side of the other cube.

Dumbbell SkewbTwo Skewbs (or better: Holey Skewbs) connected with a complex mechanism. Every turn is followed by one turn of the other Skewb.
Enabler CubeA restricted 3x3x3. It allows only wide turn.
Engels Enigma CubedA 2D-puzzle reimplemented as a 3D-puzzle.

Even Less GearsA Gear Cube with eight geared edges replaced with four non-geared edges.
Fadi CubeA twisty puzzle cube that turns around its corners. It has five layers per throughgoing axes.
Fairly FudgedThe sucsessor of Fairly Twisted. With the help of fudging one new type of move is made possible.

Fairly TwistedA twisty puzzle with seven turning faces designed to have no symmetry.
Fall Apart CubeA puzzle specifically designed to fall apart.
Fenzed CubeThe result of what happens when you force the geometry of a tetrahedron into th shape of a cube: A fudged puzzle with four rotating faces.


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