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Six-Sided: Cuboid
2x2x3 Camouflage Type IIA 4x4x4 in camouflage. In this case it pretends to be a 2x2x3 with a split up middle row.
2x2x4Unlike the bandaged 4x4x4, all sixteen of these "cubies" are actual cubes.
2x2x5Another cuboid in the 2x2x6. Implemented five years after the 2x2x6.

2x2x6A highly customized 4x4x4 cube.
2x2x6 (regular cubies)The 2x2x6 made by Tony Fisher is the second one ever made and has hexahedral cubies.
2x2x7 (regular cubies)The 2x2x7 made by Tony Fisher is a late follow-up to his 2x2x6.

2x2x8Ola Jansson drives the series of cuboids a step further.
2x2x9Ola Jansson drives the series of cuboids another step further.
2x3x3Custom made 2x3x3 cuboid, invented by Tony Fisher.

2x3x3 CamouflageA 4x4x4 in camouflage. In this case it pretends to be a 2x3x3.
2x3x3 FisherA 2x3x3 transformed like a Fisher Cube
2x3x3 Fisher Windmill CubeA 2x3x3 differently modified on its two layers.

2x3x3 WindmillA 2x3x3 transformed like a Windmill Cube
2x3x4 (semi fully functional)Another 2x3x4. Compared with the first (by Tony Fisher) this can change its shape in a limited way only.
2x3x4 (shape-changing)Yet another Tony Fisher masterpiece. The first fully functional irregular cuboid ever.


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