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A spherical hollow 2x2x2
Very stylish but solved straightforward if treated as 2x2x2.
The Topola succeeds this puzzle. It has the same mechanism but an even more complex coloring.
The design of the puzzle was inspired by the subatomic particles named quarks. The puzzle is formed by six colored quarks (representing its six types of flavors), with eight holes that have three different colors around them, "swirling" as if they were being swallowed by a Black Hole. Each quark is divided by four equal parts with an arrow, to help identifying its orientation. Another great design feature is that the puzzle doesn't have a core like its twisty cousins. It's completely hollow. The pieces are held together by a patented sliding shell mechanism, developed by Fourier Idea.
Diameter: 76 mm
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