A 3x3x3 with innovatively restricted movements.
A 3x3x3 that allows swapping of centers with edges.
A 3x3x3 with a hole through the center.
Maze Cube (3x3x3)
A 3x3x3 custom sticker variation, filled with mathematical considerations, which shows a single closed loop line on it.
Crazy 4x4x4 II
The next logical step after the Crazy 4x4x4. A very clever implementation of the Super Crazy 4x4x4.
6X6X6 & UP
The first 7x7x7. A seven layered cube.
CUBE (SHAPE PRESERVING)
An incredible creation by Katsuhiko Okamoto. A very rare puzzle for many years it became mass produced in 2011.
A corner turning hexahedron. Very similar to the MasterSkewb but without its corners.
CUBE (SHAPE CHANGING)
A 3x3x3 with the cutting planes rotated by 60° around a corner.
The Bump Cube is a simple 3x3x3 Rubik's cube, but with an interesting twist. It spawned a whole series of puzzles and created a verb of its own.
Get back to Square-1
An american based version of the Square-1. It distinguishes itself from the other variants because it was sold in scrambled state.
A face turning cube, capable of 45 degree turns in some circumstances.
A modified Square-1 where the corners are split into two pieces. A non-bandaged puzzle unlike the original.
A 3x3x4 with two layers removed but not hidden.
Scramble (Super Floppy) Cube
An enhanced version of the Floppy Cube from the same inventor. A floppy cube where you can turn the faces 90 degrees.
Meffert's build-up and truncation of a Skewb into an octahedron.
The face turning dodecahedron with two layers per face. A Megaminx with an additional layer on each face.
The corners-only megaminx in dodecahedral shape which went into mass production.
This is a newer version of the Megaminx, published by Meffert, with tiles and 12 distinct colors.
Essentially a deeper cut megaminx at heart, the Pyraminx crystal adds a new twist to the classic puzzle.
Igra Piramidka (Tula)
These brands of soviet Pyraminxes have tiles and one with a bas-relief "stamp" stating the price of 3 roubles.