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Overlapping Cube Variant
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A simple Overlapping Cube with an additional set of four edges exposed. This puzzle turns like a cuboid not a cube.

This puzzle is a variation of the Simple Overlapping Cube. It is essentially a 2x2x2 with one middle layer of the inner 3x3x3 exposed. Due to the nature of the middle layer being exposed, the 2x2x2 has been restricted to 180-degree turns on 2 axes.
The puzzle was made using 8 Fisher Cube edges, 8 normal-sized 3x3 corners, 8 giant (30-mm) corners, a normal core, and 4 regular edges (plus some sheeting stolen from the spare giant edges-used to make the regular edges flush with the new corners). The stickers are mostly regular vinyl, but there are 2 faces of cling vinyl and two faces of shade-shifting pearl material.



Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: Andreas Nortmann.


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