17x17x17Also known as "Over the top". A puzzle made just because it is possible.
180 CubeThis 3x3x3 allows only halfturns for one axes. Another puzzle deemed impossible before.
1x2x9Another case of twistypuzzle extremism. A proof-of-concept how far a mechanism can be driven.
1x5x5Another cuboid which would have been impossible without "olzing".
1²A Square-1 with an internal blocking of movements. A Square-1 even more bandaged.
2x2x2 heartA valentine days present the creator made for his girlfriend.
2x2x4 CrazypillA 2x2x4 in shape of the a pill, something between sphere and cylinder.
2x4x4A fully functional 2x4x4 Cuboid
2x4x6Another fully functional cuboid designed by Grégoire Pfennig.
2x6x6Another cuboid which had been thought to be impossible in the past.
3x3x3 Rainbow CubeA hybrid puzzle which combines the twisting abilities of a 3x3x3 and a rainbow cube.
3x5x7 (olzed)A fully functional cuboid with three different dimensions which allows 90ï¿½ moves on all axis.
4CubesFour parts (looking like a 3x3x3) connected into a single puzzle. The second (the other being an 11x11x11) collaboration of Tony Fisher with another designer.