# Types of Cubes

3x3x4 Cuboid

The Calvin's 3x3x4 is a fully functional cuboid from Calvin's Puzzle. It features smooth layer rotations and a slightly scratchy feel, and it comes with the Tony Fisher logo on one side.

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A big Cube, Like a 7x7x7

However, the most common of these upgraded Rubik’s Cubes is as simple as it sounds: like the 3x3, but bigger. The original puzzle has been expanded outwards to create bigger and more challenging alternatives: the 4x4, 5x5, 6x6 and 7x7.

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Classic 3x3x3 Rubik's Cube

It has a perfect cube shape but basically it's a Rubik's Cube twisted 45 o around a central axis, making 4 edge pieces become centre pieces, 4 centre pieces become corner pieces and so on. If you can solve the classic 3x3x3 you can't have problems with this one, just pay attention to the parity.

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Megaminx -a Rubik's With 12 Faces

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Mirror Cube (or Mirror Blocks)

The Mirror Cube aka Mirror Blocks. Many different types of Rubik’s Cube exist. Cuboids, different shaped puzzles (such as the Megaminx and Pyraminx puzzles), NxN cubes and more.

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Skewb

The Skewb (/ ˈ s k juː b /) is a combination puzzle and a mechanical puzzle in the style of Rubik's Cube. It was invented by Tony Durham and marketed by Uwe Mèffert. Although it is cubical in shape, it differs from Rubik's construction in that its axis of rotation pass through the corners of the cube rather than the centres of the faces.

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Square-1

Square-1. The Square-1 (previously called as Cube 21 and Back to Square One) is a shape-shifting three-layered twisty puzzle.

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