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Like a modified Babyface Cube. The faces can't be turned but the moves that are possible allow for 45° steps.
Maybe Cube was proposed by David Tzur. It is a bit similar to a Babyface puzzle, but the faces do not turn and instead each of the layers can turn in steps of 45 degrees. This messes up the orientation of the center pieces a lot. The name Maybe Slide reflects how David and Oskar felt about this design. Maybe it would slide, but more likely it would not. Surprisingly, the puzzle turns quite smoothly.
Interestingly it can be turned into the shape of an octahedron.
Edge length: 47 mm
Weight: 64 grams
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