These are the bits of pieces I have collected over the years and made a few along the way.
The first mass produced bandaged 3x3x3.
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.
Jumbo Magic Cube
This is huge (penny to show relative size). It is larger than a 4x4x4 or 5x5x5. A normal 3x3x3 is 2.25 inches wide but this puzzle is 3.5 inches wide.
Tiled Cube 48mm
This tiled cube stands 48mm high, including the thickness of the tiles (approximately 1mm each).
Poker Cube II
Another Poker Cube variation. The style of the Ace sides is quite unique.
Follow up to the Rubik's cube, as shown by its name.
Produced in 1982 and 1983 by Ideal in Taiwan and Macau.
Professor Cube. Invented by Udo Krell. This one has no white side. Produced in Hong Kong.
CUBE (SHAPE PRESERVING)
Skewb Key Chain
The key chain size version of the popular Mefferts puzzle. Very useful for numerous mods.
CUBE (SHAPE CHANGING)
Cube 21 - Silver Edition
This Cube 21 only has 2 colors, one of which is always silver. The second colour can be any of the other five Original Edition colours: blue, orange, green, yellow, red.
Taking the concept of the Rubik's cube and turning it 45 degrees.
Fisher's Golden Cube
All the stickers on this 78mm modified Skewb are the same reflective golden colour. There is only one solution.
2x2x3 (aka: Slim Tower)
A formerly custom now mass produced 2x2x3 cuboid, commonly known as the "Slim Tower"
A fairly accessible custom build based on the Pyraminx.
Meffert's build-up and truncation of a Skewb into an octahedron.
The official Meffert Tetraminx.
Meffert's six colour 1982 version. Roughly 31 mm along an edge.
This version has tiles instead of stickers. Has 12 distinct colors.
One extra layer compared to the original Triamid.
A low quality clone that measures approximately 10cm along each edge and is decorated with reflective stickers.
Pyramorphix Clone Key Chain
A low quality clone that measures approximately 5cm along each edge and is decorated with reflective stickers.
Arrange the ten pieces by breaking them into two groups and putting them back together again.
Probably the most sought after of all Twisty Puzzles which went in mass production.
A black globe on a stand with the seven continents in various colours.
A confusing 12 sided puzzle, closely related to the Megaminx.
HEADS & OBJECTS
Darth Maul Head
A 2x2x2 puzzle in the shape of Darth Maul's head.
Rubik's Obi Wan Head
A 2x2x2 puzzle with the shape of two characters from Star Wars Episode II.
A 3x3x3 with an additional layer glued on. In shape of a mushroom.
An attractive little puzzle, possibly related to the legendary Rubik's Cheeze.
Back Spin / Loophole
A mix between the moving hole puzzles and the two-layer UFO puzzles.
Slide the 26 cubes around to solve this puzzle in one of three ways.
Probably the most popular tile sliding puzzle ever.
A cloned version of "Tower of Babylon" with a body colored in shades of grey.
Modern adaptation of the Hungarian Rings.
The first release. This version had no reset hole. Once pushed, the buttons stay pushed.
"Just put the numbers in order"... sounds a lot easier than it is!
An uncommon puzzle produced in Hong Kong.
Rubik's Fifteen (aka: XV)
Rubik's 15 (XV) is 2 puzzles in one. Arrange the numbers in sequence 1 to 15. On the other side there is a magic square challenge.
This version has four wings and eight colours.
SIAMESE & FUSED
Two 3x3x3's fused together to share a block of dimensions 2x2x2.
Middle Earth Super Magic
The images on this gorgeous 16-tile Magic puzzle were inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien's book, "The Silmarillion".
Match up the coloured strings in this custom built combination of two Rubik's products.
A great little puzzle that keep you busy for hours!
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"!)
It's a race to make the scrambled "Cube Face"