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Combines the pieces of Jumblix and Bermudaminx. The only new piece is the core.
Bermuda Jumblix is a serendipitous combination of Jumblix and Bermuda Minx. Jumblix was designed by Oskar in 2009. Then in 2012 Bermuda Minx by MF8 came out. Baiqiang from China discovered that parts from that puzzle could be reused to build Jumblix, requiring only a new core. The fit is not perfect, as the angles inside a regular dodecahedron are a few degrees different from a pentagonal prism, but the turning is surprisingly good despite that.
The pieces of Bermuda Minx and the new core can be used to build the regular Jumblix and many "Bermuda-ized" variations of Jumblix. And those pieces can also be used to build a regular Crazy Comet and many "Bermuda-ized" version of that, like the Bermuda Comet.
Although it is named after the Bermuda-series, this puzzle has a core unlike traditional puzzles. Therefore it is considered to have a jumbling-only axis system.
Edge length: 36 mm
Weight: 192 grams
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