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Published on Nov 14, 2008
Check out my website: http://tonyfisherpuzzles.net for information and puzzle sales The 3x3x3 cubies on this puzzle are simulated so they don't get mixed when the puzzle is scrambled. The idea is to pair up the same coloured 'Rubik's Cube' sides. The video starts with the puzzle solved and ends with it fully scrambled. Six basic colours were used. Each occurs on ten sides. It has 60 sides and 360 stickers. Thanks to Cubesmith. Movement is pretty good. The single master was made from a mini Rubik's Cube and Dogic parts. Silicone rubber moulds were then used to cast the actual pieces in polyurethane resin. The other internal pieces are unchanged Dogic parts though some are glued together because they have a factory design fault. Although it was made from a Dogic it does not have the full functionality of one. It is more comparable to an impossiball or bandaged Dogic in terms of movement and solving. I made it in 2007.