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New puzzles come out all the time, but they're all variations on the same old cubic shape. Not this bad boy, nuh-uh! This thing is awesome with a capital awe! twelve sides, twelve colors, and sixty-two pieces, and billions of combinations. I've had it for about 2 years and I've only been able to solve it once.
Contributed by Ashleigh Linse
Although the Rubik's Cube was the first 3x3x3 puzzle cube, its inability to cut corners and the stiffness of its movement made it one of the least popular cubes for speed-solving. Despite this, twisty puzzle collectors are still huge fans of the brand.
Contributed by Keri Potter