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Krystian's Square
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A very complicatedly implemented trivial puzzle.

Krystian's Square is an idea by Krystian Wilisowski. It is arguably the second easiest scramblable twisty puzzle, after losing to the 1x1x2. The square can be slid sideways in two ways, enabling a 180-degrees rotation. Krystian's Square was designed to be a flat variation of Krystian's Cube. It has 4 permutations.
Edge length: 65 mm
Thickness: 14 mm
Weight: 24 grams



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