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 Post subject: Two new puzzles
PostPosted: Fri Mar 11, 2005 1:47 am 
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Hi,

its been a while since somebody posted pictures of something new. So here I go.
I want to present "Babylon Cube 1" and "Babylon Cube 2"

Andreas


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 11, 2005 6:20 pm 
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That's just a 3x3x3 built up right? nice job, looks really nice. Any scrambled pics?

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Very inventive! It's like a gestalt the way you have them combined in the one picture. If it weren't a functioning puzzle I would say it's very beautiful cube art the way they are arranged in the one photo.


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Very nice looking arrangements. :)


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UberStuber wrote:
That's just a 3x3x3 built up right? nice job, looks really nice. Any scrambled pics?


They are JUST built ups. Two scrambled pics are attached.
For those who are interested: The idea came from the picture Stefan Pochmann posted a while ago: http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3319
While reading this thread again I see, that I have already pointed out the idea to this mods.

Thank you and the others for your kind words.

Andreas


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Fun puzzles! Big! I assume they are built from standard size cubes?


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Carter wrote:
Big! I assume they are built from standard size cubes?


They are indeed built up from standard cubes. That leads to a size of 11,9 cm at the base. I can hardly hold the grip with the bigger version.

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