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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 5:55 pm 
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Puzzlemaster wrote:
1. Rubik's 3x3x3
2. Eastsheen 2x2x2,
3. Eastsheen 4x4x4
4. Rubik's 5x5x5
5. Pyraminx
6. Fisher Cube
7. Skewb


I'd recommend any other brand of 5x5 over the Rubik's... and I'm sure I'm not the only one. :P


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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 6:05 pm 
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2x2x2
3x3x3
4x4x4
7x7x7
Fisher Cube
Master Pyramorphinx
Skewb or Skewb-Based Puzzle
Mini 2x2 or 3x3
Pyraminx
Megaminx
FTO or Master Skewb
1 rare puzzle
3 custom puzzles
1 3D printed puzzle
Floppy Cube
Helicopter Cube
Square 1
Mirror Blocks
15 puzzle

^^IMO thats all you need

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 Post subject: What does my collection need?
PostPosted: Sat Mar 19, 2011 12:12 am 
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I was a fairly laid back Ruber, and got a small collection. I am now getting more serious. I was wondering for some suggestions for my next puzzle. And could you tell me a cheap place to get it if it is hard to find.

I have enough 3*3*3
2 - 2*2*2
1 - 4*4*4
1 - v7
Pyraminx
Mastwrmorpginx
3 colour 3*3*3
Siamese 3*3*3
Sudocube
Super sudocube (4*4*4) not stickers yet
Pic 3*3*3
F2l cube
Megaminx
Gigaminx
2*3*3
4*3*3
7*3*3
Squar 1 hopefully on the way.

I have solved all the ones I own. What do you think I need next?


Edit: I am sorry, I ment to start a new topic for this. I don't know what I did wrong. Feal free to kick newb.

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 Post subject: Re: What does my collection need?
PostPosted: Sat Mar 19, 2011 12:26 am 
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Hi damo676767,
Doesn't look like any skewbs or circle cubes in there
Skewb cube
Rex cube
Jupiter 3x3 crazy
4x4 circle ii or iii
Super square 2 star (a personal favourite)

those would be my choice, Mefferts,
this would give you a range of challenges
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 Post subject: Re: What does my collection need?
PostPosted: Sat Mar 19, 2011 2:51 am 
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One can only have so many 2x2x2, 3x3x3, 4x4x4, 5x5x5 cubes and so on before getting bored with them. Why not expand your horizons by investing in some cuboids. The Okymoto Floppy Cubes are a nice diversion, both versions behave a little differently. Get a new 3x3x2 (domino). The C4Y 3x3x4 and 3x3x5 are also very nice.

If you're in the mood to try out bandaged puzzles, you could try the Wit Eden Circle 3x3x3 for a really hard challenge (U and D centers are blocked, so the face only turns when a complete circle is formed) or you could go old-school and build a Bandage Cube by gluing 3x3x3 pieces together.

Get an mf8 Crazy 4x4x4 v1, as it is great fun to solve, like solving a 2x2x2 inside of a 4x4x4. The other versions are too confusing. Avoid the Crazy 3x3x3 series, unless you want a nightmarish solving experience.

Over half of the puzzles in my collection utilize non-cubic geometry. When I say non-cubic, I am not referring to the shape, but the geometry. A skewb has cubic shape with non-cubic geometry. Likewise, a master pyramorphix has cubic geometry but a non-cubic shape. I usually go for the more exotic puzzles. A gear cube and gear cube extreme would be a good place to start. Also get to know the skewb family, the skewb cube, the skewb diamond, and the skewb ultimate. They're all on Mefferts. Master Skewb is also available to import from China. I also highly recommend getting a Face Turning Octahedron. Wondeful puzzle, and a totally fresh experience compaired to the cubes.

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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2011 2:48 pm 
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I would say all of the cubes 2x2 through 7x7, a square 1, the minxs and anything else that takes your fancy! ;)

Oh, and if you're really serious about it get all the different types of 2x2's, 3x3's etc. (The main brands) and then put them all on a nice shelf :D

THIS is a major cube collection:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ydoy50LL3GI


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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
PostPosted: Wed Jul 13, 2011 10:26 pm 
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So excited joining this community. I am just a beginner at magic cube. I only collect rubik cube, 2*2*2, 3*3*3, cube4you cube, mirror cube. I'm going to challenge myself with Megaminx.


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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
PostPosted: Sun Jul 17, 2011 7:36 pm 
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Normal cube, 4x4x4 cube, 5x5x5 cube, megaminx, pyraminx, skewb, skewb ultimate, and possibly a square-1 and FTO.

I didn't put too much thought into that list but it should cover most of the basics.

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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
PostPosted: Wed Jul 20, 2011 7:27 pm 
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Tony Fisher wrote:
I would say any collection should contain at least 12 of mine :lol:


I wish I had enough money to buy 12 of your pezzles they are soooooo nice!


o yea my opinion

Rubik's 3x3

Rubik's 2x2

Rubik's 4x4

Rubik's 5x5

V cube 7

sumthing from Meffert's

at least one of Tony fishers puzzzles

and anything else is up to them.

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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
PostPosted: Wed Jul 20, 2011 9:22 pm 
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1. Your basic 3x3x3
2. Skewb (even though I can't figure out how to solve mine, ergh)
3. 3x3x2 or 3x3x4 (or both, like me! :mrgreen: )
4. helicopter cube (most important cube on this list)
5. v-cube 5 (or a 4x4x4, but it seems more difficult to find a decent one.)
6. pyraminx (even though I still don't have one)
7. at least 1 cast or shapeways puzzle (I'd go for the 3x4x5 or 2x3x4)
8. a dodecahedral face turning puzzle
9. a face turning octahedron or master skewb (or both, once again :mrgreen: )
10. The mosaic cube looks cool, even though I don't have it(Get it! :evil: )
11. Dino cube/Rainbow cube probably...
12. another cuboid (4x4x5, 2x2x3, scramble cube, or even a custom cuboid if you have the budget)

by the way... any of these puzzles could also be replaced with shape mods of the same puzzle, and 5x5x5/4x4x4 could be replaced with any high order cube.

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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
PostPosted: Fri Jul 22, 2011 9:58 am 
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A few more suggestions:

Super X.
Masterball.
Missing link.
Oh Cube.
Gear cube extreme.
Domino (spindle version).
Rex Cube.

Possibly:

Higher order megaminx.
Master/professor pyraminx.
Jing's pyraminx.
Master pyramorphinx.
Holey puzzles.

Per

PS! Last edit 21.15 CET

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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
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3x3x3 Cube ( to undestand cubing)
5x5x5 Cube ( one big-cube is enough )

all eight Crazy Planet Cubes ! ( to love it )

2x2x2 Cube ( to understand square-1 )
pyraminx ( to understand skewb)
skewb ( to understand master-skewb )
rex-cube ( to undestand master-skewb )
Megaminx ( to understand Crazy Megaminx )

master-skewb


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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2011 1:53 pm 
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I'm redoing my list based on my personal experiences. It's ordered in the order you should order them in :lol:
For people who want to buy things based on this list: I haven't completed it yet either, my collection is just past the Gear Cube Extreme with a few odd things I picked up along the way as well.

WHAT YOU NEED:
- 3x3x3
- 4x4x4 (learn to pair edges and solve centers, meet Mr. Annoying Parity)
- Megaminx (new shape! what will you do? learn that solving a 3x3x3 is always a helpful skill)
- Gear Cube (extend your 3x3x3-knowledge into a whole new puzzle)
- 5x5x5 (pair more edges, solve more centers!)
- Pyraminx (give your brain a break with a simpler puzzle. also, a prerequisite for the next item)
- Skewb (take a refreshing new turn in puzzling with the skewb! impress your friends just by turning it)
- Skewb Ultimate (the hardest Skewb shape-mod of all!)
- 7x7x7 (find a new method to solve the centers because your old one doesn't work any more, hurt your hands while pairing all those edges)
- Helicopter Cube (meet Mr. Jumbling, try to solve it by yourself with all your acquired knowledge!)
- Gear Cube Extreme (much harder than the Gear Cube! can you do it?)
- FTO (a new experience! also, you will be able to solve the Rex Cube once you work this one out)
- Crazy Cube + Jupiter (learn how circles work, deal with that one annoying circle that doesn't turn like the rest)
- Normal Crazy Tetrahedron (apply your pyraminx and circle cube knowledge to this!)
- Prof. Pyraminx (at this point, you need more tetrahedra in your collection! since you already know how to solve big cubes and the pyraminx, this one shouldn't be too hard for you)
- Curvy Copter (apply your Helicopter Cube knowledge and solve this!)
- Vulcano (it will look so nice next to your professor pyraminx, and it's the only mass-produced cross puzzle AFAIK)

OPTIONAL BUT AWESOME (Varying degrees of optionalness):
Extremely Optional
- Dogic (so expensive, but also a pretty cool idea!)
- Over The Top 17x17x17 (the biggest cube of all!)
Very Optional
- Pentultimate (it's awesome)
- Dino + Skewb puzzle (a dual-type puzzle!)
- Helicopter Cube + Skewb puzzle (the most difficult jumbling... can you even return it to its normal shape?)
- Alexander's Star (like a Megaminx, but with high collector's value and a lovely design! a pity about the turning quality, though...)
Mostly Optional
- Holey Skewb (you don't need it if you already have a Skewb but it's cool)
Not Very Optional
- Master Skewb (awesome puzzle, low-ish price)
- 4x4x5 cuboid (the "master slim tower")
- 5x5x4 cuboid (the "master domino")
- Mosaic Cube (in the absence of a Master Dino Cube, get this instead! it's worth it)
- Gigaminx (apply your 5x5x5 knowledge to yet another thing!)

If you feel overwhelmed by the list, it's all right. You only really need 5 of the first 10 non-optional puzzles, and maybe 1 of the Not Very Optional puzzles as well.

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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
PostPosted: Tue Sep 06, 2011 12:03 pm 
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As for the bare essentials, I'll just stick to 10 puzzles.

1. 3x3x3 (obviously)
2. 4x4x4
3. 5x5x5
4. 2x2x2
5. Pyraminx
6. Megaminx
7. A speedcube
8. Mirror Cube
9. Floppy Cube
10. A rare puzzle, unique to your collection

As for the rare puzzles, one of my first puzzles was the 'SwitchBack' which is extremely rare, I picked it up at a yard sale for about 50 cents :lol: :lol: :lol:

But yeh, that's my list.

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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
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2x2
3x3
4x4
5x5
6x6
7x7
Megaminx
Pyraminx
Square-1
Siamese Cube
A 3x3xN Cuboid.

And 2 for the lulz...
1x1
and 17 x 17 haha. :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
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Introduction to twisty puzzles
1. 2x2

First twisty puzzles
2. 3x3

3. pyraminx

A step up

4. 4x4

5. 5x5

getting tired? just play

6. Rubiks snake

Introduction to bandaging

7. Square 1

8. Bandaged cube

introduction to jumbling

9. Helicopter cube

introduction to shapeshifting

10. bump cube

Introduction to higher order

11. 6x6

12. 7x7

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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
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2-7 and if you can get an alexander star a pyraminx and megaminx.


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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
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2x2 (duh)
3x3 (even more duh)
4x4
5x5
6x6
7x7
megaminx
gigaminx (maybe)
pyraminx (needed)
Curvy copter (for some jumblin'!)
Tuttminx (optional)
Teraminx (very optional)
At least 1 home made cube (some sort of mod).

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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
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Here are all of the essential puzzles that get you into all of the types of puzzles and methods so you know what kind of Twisty puzzles you want in the future.
1. 2x2 (good simple puzzle)
2. 3x3 (extremely essential)
3. 4x4 (intro to parity)
4. megaminx (intro to dodecaehedrons [did I spell that right?])
5. Sq 1 (intro to shapesifting)
6. Curvy Copter (Intro to jumbling)
7. 2x2x4 ( intro to shapeshifting cuboids)
8. Pyraminx ( intro to pyramids)
9. Mastermorphix (intro to shape mods)


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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
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0. 1x1 (to philosophize and to start or end the collection) :)

KCuber06 wrote:
Here are all of the essential puzzles that get you into all of the types of puzzles and methods so you know what kind of Twisty puzzles you want in the future.
1. 2x2 (good simple puzzle)
2. 3x3 (extremely essential)
3. 4x4 (intro to parity)
4. megaminx (intro to dodecaehedrons [did I spell that right?])
5. Sq 1 (intro to shapesifting)
6. Curvy Copter (Intro to jumbling)
7. 2x2x4 (intro to shapeshifting cuboids)
8. Pyraminx (intro to pyramids)
9. Mastermorphix (intro to shape mods)


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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
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2x2x2
3x3x3
4x4x4
5x5x5
6x6x6
7x7x7
face turn octahedron
megaminx
pyraminx
bump cube
pyraminx crystal
skewb


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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
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2x2x2,3x3x3,4x4x4,5x5x5 are set. When people buy bigger cubes, it is only for collecting purposes but without any practical use, I think. The same applies for pyraminx, master pyraminx, megaminx, kilominx, gigaminx, teraminx and so on.

What in my opinion makes most sense to post are these puzzles that have a unique touch either in design or solving method.

Because of this, my list is slightly different from the ones before:
I have to admit: I fell in love with shapeshifting puzzles!

Bump/mirror Cube: still one of my favourite puzzles. It´s amazingly cheap, but you´ll need extra stickers.
Fisher Cube/Windmill Cube: I don´t use them too much anymore, but what´s a collection without them?
Mastermorphix: one more shape mod with a unique design, also very cheap.
Axis/Axel Cube: can´t be that hard, can it?
Hexagonal Prism/Blade Cube/Case Cube: that´s an edge, and that is...or was that an edge?
Heart Cube/Star Cube: at least one of them to teach you that one-coloured puzzles don´t neccessarily have to be that easy.
2x2x4: hehe, come on you little ...
3x3x5/3x4x5/4x4x6: I simply love them. Please make more mass-produced shape-shifting cuboids!
3x3x3 Evil Twin: nice! learn to solve asymmetrical puzzles.
4x4x4 Evil Twin: the little brother was no big deal? Try this one now!
Gear Shift, Gear Cube, Gear Cube Extreme: yes, of course you can scramble all of my puzzles...NOOOO, not the Extreme!
Helicopter Cube/Curvy Copter: jumbling, anyone?
Dayan Gem I: a bit more rounded version, available in colored plastic too.
Square-1/SSQ-1/Triangle: go on, try a completely new mechanism.
Golden Cube: I never liked Skewbs, but these are way too beautiful.


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 Post subject: Re: What twisty puzzles should every collection include?
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Well, this is my list.

1) 3x3x3 - Started it all.
2) Pyraminx - Easy, fun, just a good puzzle.
3) Skewb - Same as above.
4) 4x4x4 - 7x7x7 just to "complete the collection" (yes this is one item).
5) Megaminx - Great puzzle. Still one of my favorites.
6) Any cuboid - Well, it's a cuboid.
7) Magic - Fun, easy, and simple.
8) Square 1 - Kinda challenging, but very fun.
9) FTO - Very fun and challengeing (for me).

If you're rich


1) 24 Cube
2) 48 Cube
3) Starminx I - III
4) Master Brillic
5) Elite Skewb
6) Void Petaminx
7) 17x17x17
8) 4x5x6
9) Royal Pentultimate
10) Emperor Pyraminx

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1. 3x3x3
2. 4x4x4
3. 5x5x5
4. 2x2x2
5. 6x6x6
6. 7x7x7
7. Pyraminx
8. Megaminx
9. Square-1
10. Rubik's Clock
11. Magic
12. Master Magic

There you go, now you can compete in every single WCA event there is, except for multi-blind but you just get a second 3x3 for that.


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Super 3x3x3
Super 4x4x4
Super 5x5x5

Megaminx
Master Kilominx (I still don't really like the name.)
Gigaminx
Pyraminx
Skewb (preferably Skewb Ultimate)
Master Skewb
Rubik's Magic
Square-1 (I would have put down Super Square-1 except that the "middle" layer is annoying.)
Magic Octahedron
Any Cuboid
Any original Rubik's product eg. Rubik's Clock (Just because it's "official" stuff. :D )

...and just for the record, some stuff from Oskar van Deventer! :lol:

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2x2
3x3
Magic
Sliding tile puzzle
Pyraminx
Mirror Blocks
Fisher Cube
Gear puzzle
A keychain puzzle
At least one novelty/oddly shaped puzzle, for example Rubik's World, YJ Apple, etc.

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1. 3x3
2. Megaminx
3. Pyraminx
4. 2x2
5. 4x4
6. 5x5
7. 7x7
8. Square 1
9. Gear cube
10. Dino cube

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1.- 3x3x3
2.- square 1
3.- pyraminx
4.- dayan gem II
5.- pentahedron
6.- ufo
7.- skewb
8.- ft octahedron
9.- helicopter cube
10.- 3x3x2


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1. 2x2
2. 3x3
3. 4x4
4. 5x5
5. 6x6
6. 7x7
7. Megaminx
8. Pyraminx
9. removed KO
10. Skewb
11. FTO
12. removed KO

[Moderator]Please, do not suggest KO puzzles as something that should be included in every collection.[/Moderator]

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1. Rubik's 3x3x3 Cube
2. 3x3x3 Speed Cube
3. 2x2x2 Cube
4. 4x4x4 Cube
5. 5x5x5 Cube
6. Pyraminx
7. Megaminx
8. 3x3x3 Shapemod (Axis Cube, Bump Cube, Mastermorphix, etc. Just at least one 3x3x3 Shapemod)
9. 2x2x3 or 2x3x3 (or another Cuboid. Again, just at least one Cuboid)
10. Dino Cube
11. Square-1

Edit: 12: Home-made 1x1x1 (Just try to make one, it's fun to have one in your collection made by yourself. Personally I made it with lego with colored paper as "stickers". ;))

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