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Icosahedral transformation of the mixup octahedron. Every piece is unique in shape and size.
Mike's Mixup was first prototyped during the summer of 2011. However it was first presented almost a year later.
The presented puzzle was painted gold instead of being stickered to add to the challenge of solving it. Because the "edge" and "center" pieces are impossible to distinguish from each other like on the Mixup Octahedron the solver is forced to solve Mike's Mixup as a whole instead of reducing it to a much easier 3x3x3.
Because the puzzle solve is so unique a $10 store credit reward is offered to original buyers that master it. This promotion is advertised differently for each puzzle style.
For the Mike's Mixup: Gold the promotion is in the theme of a Midwest wanted poster.
Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: Mike Armbrust.
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