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A 2x2x2 related to the Cross Cube but only to two dimensions.
The inventor originally wanted to call this the cross cube, but that name was already taken, however this puzzle uses a similar mechanism. For this puzzle the inventor designed an extension mechanism capable of adding up to 5 extra "baby-face" layers to a 2x2x2. The extension pieces were 3D-printed, sanded gratuitously, and glued onto an Eastsheen mini 2x2, then stickered all the pieces with standard 2x2x2 stickers (128 of them).
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