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Bubbloid122
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A Compy Cube redesigned to be a puzzle with a multi-origin-core.

This puzzle is the result of a thread in the forum where Anthony Villaveiran discussed his ideas of something similar to the Compy Cube but with a multi-origin core.
One outcome of this design is that the four central pieces all represent the core and therefore never move.
The 122 in the puzzles name indicate that there can be other Bubbloids. Indeed the inventor later presented the Bubbloid112.
The difference between the two variants are the number of pieces shared on moves in the same edge.
In this case the edges of one dimensions have one piece shared between adjacent moves. The edges of the third dimension have two pieces shared between adjacent moves.

Size: 60mm and 72.4mm
Weigh: 87.9 g

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