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It has the concept of two different Cubamis in the same cube.
This is how the combinations are multiplied. And it turns out, as said in the inventor's home city, "that this is a bastinazo".
It can be solved by joining the same colours:
1. From the base (image 3)
2. From the outer sticker (image 4)
3. From the inner sticker (image 6)
4. Shape of the inner sticker (image 5)
It can also be solved as a Sudoku puzzle without repeating the colours:
5. From the base.
6. From the outer sticker.
7. From the inner sticker.
8. In the form of internal sticker.
(all implemented in images 1-2)
Also, like sudoku, various increasingly difficult combinations can be made.
9. Base and external sticker colour.
10. Base and internal sticker colour.
11. Base and form internal sticker.
12. External sticker colour and internal sticker colour.
13. External sticker colour and internal sticker shape.
14. Internal sticker colour and internal sticker shape.
15. Base, external sticker colour and internal sticker colour.
16. Base, outer sticker colour and inner sticker shape.
17. Base, internal sticker colour and internal sticker shape.
18. External sticker colour, internal sticker colour and internal sticker shape.
19. As a sudoku without repeating any colour or shape.
It is possible that the inventor forgut some combinations.
Available in two different base colour configurations - orange, green, white and pink, blue, yellow.
Edge length: 57 mm
Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: Antonio Rodriguez Perez, Antonio Rodriguez Perez.
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