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The cousin of the Impossible Dodecahedron but way smaller gaps and designed from scratch.

After the Impossible Dodecahedron (by Thomas de Bruin) and the Kilominx (by Dave Litwin) this is the next corners-only megaminx. The two predecessors were hand-built upon existing megaminxes. This new version was designed by Oskar van Deventer in 2009 after a request by Dave Litwin. There is still a megaminx inside of the puzzle but this one was designed from scratch. The distance between opposing faces is 57 mm which is the edge length of a Rubiks Cube.

A video from 1986 showing a soviet television documentary prooves that Aleksandr Ordynets already had a working sample in that year. He also filed a patent which also covers two objects from the Globall series.



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