At first glance, this cube looks deceptively easy to scramble and solve, with the incorrect assumption that it turns like a regular 2x2x2. The true challenge is quickly revealed after a few simple twists radically alter the cubic shape.
The unpredictable shape changes are produced by a concept called ’bandaging’, combined with a shape transformation technique often referred to as ’modding’. The puzzle is actually a 3x3x3 cube with pieces fused (’bandaged’) together and extended to produce a simpler looking puzzle.
There are several different solved states that are all indistinguishable from one another, meaning there is more than one solution.
The puzzle is off center for turning.
Designed by Justin Eplett, and manufactured by Meffert's.