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Four-Colour Cube
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A sticker pattern inspired by the four-colour-theorem.

The four-colour-theorem states that any map in a plane or sphere can be colored using four colours in such a way that regions sharing a common boundary (other than a single point) do not share the same colour.
The inventor stickered this 3x3x3 with four colours and challenges the user to find a state where the cube resembles a map coloured foloowing the theorem.



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