12x12x12 (flat)The second 12x12x12 ever made and the first with flat surfaces.
12x12x12 (pillowed)The first working prototype to break the border (11x11x11) set by the Verdes patent.
13x13x13The puzzles title couldn't be more descriptive.
17x17x17Also known as "Over the top". A puzzle made just because it is possible.
22x22x22Formerly the highest order cube, beaten by Greg’s 33x33x33
321-Cube 6x6x6A bandaged 6x6x6 resembling a higher order "Special 2x2x2"
66 mm 6x6x6 V-CubeA 6x6x6 V-Cube truncated a bit. A failed attempt to transform it into a perfectly proportioned 6x6x6.