Mine is home-made, with superglue and colored electrical tape for stickers
Fused cube. Technically the same as the Fused Cubes, but only one cube. Four cubies are fused to make one, leaving only FRU movements possible.
An attractive colour variation of the Path Cube idea.
The second of the three different 1980 Ideal U.S. packages.
Tartan Cube 3x3x3
A brilliant design, filled with symmetries, some of which only become apparent after you scramble it.
Rubik's Perpetual Calendar - American
I made my own. It uses a different layout which requires a bit less cubie-shuffling to change the day and date. Made with 4 colors of vinyl stickers and letter/number stickers in a fifth color.
Follow up to the Rubik's cube, as shown by its name.
Produced in 1982 and 1983 by Ideal in Taiwan and Macau.
CUBE (SHAPE PRESERVING)
Skewb Key Chain
The key chain size version of the popular Mefferts puzzle. Very useful for numerous mods.
CUBE (SHAPE CHANGING)
The 1994 Irwin Toys version.
Custom made 2x3x3 cuboid, invented by Tony Fisher.
Meffert's build-up and truncation of a Skewb into an octahedron.
The official Meffert Tetraminx.
This version has tiles instead of stickers. Has 12 distinct colors.
The 1981 Tomy version.
A 2x2x2 in shape of a tetrahedron.
Arrange the ten pieces by breaking them into two groups and putting them back together again.
A beautiful (but simple) puzzle closely related to the Dino Cube!
Probably the most sought after of all Twisty Puzzles which went in mass production.
This version has a United States flag theme.
A black globe on a stand with the seven continents in various colours.
An attractive little puzzle, possibly related to the legendary Rubik's Cheeze.
Diamond Bob's Diamond 8 Puzzle
8 billiard balls in a square container. The balls can rotate around the perimeter, or move across the center along one axis. The goal is to scramble the balls and then return them to sequential order.
Return the coloured balls to their starting circles.
Probably the most popular tile sliding puzzle ever.
Row by Row
Organize pieces in rows or columns.
A unique ball puzzle. Sold in small quantities online.
9 spheres arranged in a 3x3 square. Spin rows and columns to position them in the same orientation.
The first release. This version had no reset hole. Once pushed, the buttons stay pushed.
Handy Mad Triad
Twist the fingertips to rotate the four overlapping discs of wedges.
Ten overlapping wheels.
I have a 2-color version that's orange and blue. Plays very nicely once it's lubricated.
Net Block UFO
Rotate the top/bottom half, then spin each half of a sphere to scramble the puzzle.
First of a series of three similar puzzles. The three differ only by the colors of the pieces.
Second of a series of three similar puzzles. The three differ only by the colors of the pieces.
Third of a series of three similar puzzles. The three differ only by the colors of the pieces.
This version has four wings and eight colours.
SIAMESE & FUSED
Mine is stickered, rather than tiled.
A spherical version of Light's Out.
Spin the number ring, and twist the ends to flip seven of the thirteen numbers over.
Try and remove the inner sliding mechanism, blocked by knobs you can only turn one at a time.
Tangle and un-tangle elastic bands within a clear plastic cube. This is a nifty puzzle.
like the Rolling Cubes puzzle, but bandaged. Ingenious mechanism.
Probably the most beautiful puzzle mechanism I've ever seen, and very fun to play with.
Mefferts Assembly Cube
Tiled, with holes in the centers for easy disassembly. Comes with a plastic key used to remove the centers.
Japanese packaging, with reversible buttons. These have a manufacturing defect, such that the buttons don't stay pressed when the wheels are turned.