This collection contains many of the common cubes I have. I've included the quantity because I am interested in trading puzzles with anybody who wants a puzzle I have and has a puzzle I want. Please email if you would like to arrange a trade. email@example.com
25th anniversary cube
Puzzle made for the 25th anniversary of the cube.
Good for speedcubing after lubricating.
The first mass produced bandaged 3x3x3.
Chadwick Miller, Inc. Canton, Mass 02021. Made in Taiwan
Nine Color Cube
A unique cube with nine colours distributed on the six faces.
An attractive colour variation of the Path Cube idea.
An attractive sticker variation with confusing properties.
The third of the three different Ideal 1980 U.S. packages.
The original Rubik's cube with different shades of black, grey and white.
Tartan Cube 3x3x3
A brilliant design, filled with symmetries, some of which only become apparent after you scramble it.
Toys Tiled Cube
This plain tiled cube suffers from the same lack of quality common to all the "Toys" cubes.
A 3x3x3 with a hole through the center.
Rubik's Revenge (ITC)
Follow up to the Rubik's cube, as shown by its name.
Produced in 1982 and 1983 by Ideal Toy Corporation in Korea, Macau and Hong Kong.
6X6X6 & UP
The first mass produced 6x6x6. A six layered cube.
The first 7x7x7. A seven layered cube.
CUBE (SHAPE PRESERVING)
A 3x3x5 in shape of a hexahedron. This allows some moves a true 3x3x5 cuboid would not allow.
A variation on the Helicopter Cube that uses curved cuts to reveal the otherwise hidden centerpieces.
A hybrid of Helicopter cube and Skewb. This puzzle brings jumbling to a new level.
A cornerturning hexahedron. Very similar to the MasterSkewb but without its corners.
CUBE (SHAPE CHANGING)
A 3x3x3 with the cutting planes rotated by 60°.
A 3-D puzzle solely based on gears.
A modified Square-1 where the corners are split into two pieces
It is not a boob cube but a boob can solve this one too.
1x3x3 aka Floppy Cube
A functional proportional looking 1x3x3. This puzzle is the Japanese version in the package.
2x2x3 (aka: Slim Tower)
A formerly custom now massproduced 2x2x3 cuboid, commonly known as the "Slim Tower"
Unlike the bandaged 4x4x4, all sixteen of these "cubies" are actual cubes.
Custom made 2x3x3 cuboid, invented by Tony Fisher.
2x3x4 (semi fully functional)
Another 2x3x4. Compared with the first (by Tony Fisher) this can change its shape in a limited way only.
Yet another Tony Fisher masterpiece. The first fully functional irregular cuboid ever.
Not the first fully functional 3x3x4 but the first mass produced.
A custom built 3x3x3 variation that functions as a 3x3x3.
The long awaited bigger brother of the 2x3x4.
A 2x2x4 with circles on the not-extended sides.
A 3x3x4 with two layers removed but not hidden.
The concept of the Bump Cube (aka Mirror Blocks) combined with the Floppy Cube.
Meffert's build-up and truncation of a Skewb into an octahedron.
Of this 3x3x3-variant only few examples were produced and sold in the eighties.
Hex Prism 1
A 3x3x3 in shape of a hexagonal prism.
The easiest corner-turning dodecahedron. The name is taken from its hexahedral cousin.
A Megaminx with an additional layer on each face.
Meffert's version from 1982 with six colours.
This is a newer version of the Megaminx, published by Meffert, with tiles and 12 distinct colors.
MF8 Helicopter Dodecahedron
This puzzle tries to reimplement the Helicopter Cube in a dodecahedral solid. A mass produced version followed one year later.
Essentially a deeper cut megaminx at heart, the Pyraminx crystal adds a new twist to the classic puzzle.
Hexagonal Dipyramid 3x3x3
A 3x3x3 half-regularly truncated on 6 corners and afterwards extended. The result has th shape of the name giving solid.
A higher-order Pyramorphix. A 3x3x3 transformed into the shape of a tetrahedron.
This knock-off measures 52mm along an edge.
A 2x2x2 in shape of a tetrahedron.
Mass produced remake of the original Magic Jewel.
A beautiful (but simple) puzzle closely related to the Dino Cube!
The Resistance Puzzle
A sticker variant of the "Hex Skewb" produced as a merchandising article for the rock band MUSE.
IQ 139 Puck (colorful)
This is another version of the IQ139-theme. It combines the number with the colorful pieces of the Brainbow-variant.
Red & Yellow Puck
This version has alternating red and yellow wedges, and a smilie face on the center of the opposite side.
A black globe on a stand with the seven continents in various colours. Mint condition.
This green Masterball features a soccer (aka: football) theme. Can you score a goal?
Anthony Greenhill's 2-layered Cheese created from a UFO mechanism.
A Dino Cube in cylindral shape with bright black plastic and very reduced stickers.
Fisher's Cylinder Cube
This is an interesting subset of a Rubik's Cube, as almost every piece is duplicated four times.
ROUND CONVEX SHAPES
A 3x3x3 in shape of an egg.
Another 3x3x3 in shape of an egg or potato.
A confusing 12 sided puzzle, closely related to the Megaminx.
A 3x3x3 in shape of a star with five tips.
HEADS & OBJECTS
Darth Maul Head
A 2x2x2 puzzle in the shape of Darth Maul's head.
Available in three different colors: Green, yellow and red.
Rubik's Obi Wan Head
A 2x2x2 puzzle with the shape of two characters from Star Wars Episode II.
A 3x3x3 with 54 cubies glued upon each face. Looks identical to the Cross Cube which allows additional funcationality but was invented way later.
A Floppy Cube with 2 pieces removed.
This is just a shape transformation to a 3x3x3 cube. It is similar to the theme of the Extended Cube.
Also called: Jackpot/Platypus/Pyrabix/NGP/Xtreme Puzzle.
An attractive little puzzle, possibly related to the legendary Rubik's Cheeze. Mint condition in the hexagon package.
Scramble Cube +4
An enhanced scramble cube with four additional pieces. I made this one.
Star of egypt
A shape tranformation to 3x3x3 with 4 corners almost removed.
A four layer puzzle originally named Trignis or Cross Pyraminx.
Back Spin / Loophole
A mix between the moving hole puzzles and the two-layer UFO puzzles.
A moving hole puzzle where you can can twist the 4 corner tiles all at once. Mint condition.
Rotate color wheels into the open space to move
Probably the most popular tile sliding puzzle ever.
Missing Link Key Chain
The 1982 official Rubik's Missing Link Key Chain released by Ideal. This puzzle stands 60 mm tall excluding the keychain, and the keychain's plastic attachement loop.
A tile-sliding puzzle with the shape and design of a Pepsi can. The sliding is somewhat shifted.
These 14cm puzzle pens are identical except for their base outer colour and the colour of the missing tile.
Burger King's 2 layer Missing Link type of puzzle, used to promote the Spongebob movie.
Each of the four spheres has to have its own color.
"Just put the numbers in order"... sounds a lot easier than it is!
Two rotating circles - very similar to the Cohan Circle puzzle.
A puzzle with four rotating intersecting circles.
Puzzler - Avenger
Rotate each half to scramble or return colors. The most difficult of the three versions.
Turbo Mind Twister
Slide the cars and twist the sphere in an effort to park each car beside its matching color spot.
SIAMESE & FUSED
Mirror Cubes 3x3x3
A pair of Fused 3x3x3's glued together as if they were mirrored at the conjunction plane.
A pentagonal cousin of Rubiks Snake.
The original version produced by Politoys.
Twist and slide the top face of the cube to move the lights until you reach the solution.
An electronic-based multi-game-object which looks like the puzzle that started it all.
The object of this puzzle is to get all the sliders either in or out. Several stacked and slotted disks inside the puzzle limit the range of movement at each step in the puzzle.
An improved design and an additional set of strings set this version apart from the original.
Four balls in a frame. Craters on each ball block and unblock rotation of the adjacent balls
Try and remove the inner sliding mechanism, blocked by knobs you can only turn one at a time.
Create a row of 3 pegged squares of ONE of your colors - vertically, horizontally or diagonally, on one side of the Cube.
Rubik's Magic Strategy Game
"Easy to learn, a challenge to win." (Not to be confused with Rubik's Infinity, which is "easy to learn, a challenge to master"!)
A ball pen which can be released when the attached 1x1x3 is "solved".
A USB-Stick which pretends to be a 1x1x3.
X-Tra Alarm Clock
A alarm clock looking like the Rubiks. It is not a puzzle because only one side can be moved to swith between the modes.