The Brain Cube was released by the puzzle shop Marbles. It is currently out of production and a rare collectible! This is effectively a 3x3x3 supercube. Match up all the brain folds!
Now available in our web shop. A rare Soviet puzzle from the early 1980s. The puzzle can be solved in several ways including: a house shape with a red roof, a house shape with a yellow roof, and a rectangular polyhedron. Can also be considered a "Fisher 2x2x2" since it's a 2x2x2 with the corners cut off.
The Rubik's Deluxe Cube is an official Rubik's release from the early 1980s. It uses plastic tiles instead of stickers. Several versions were available with the Rubik's logo on various faces. Rare and now available in our web shop here!
A very rare official Rubik's release from the early 1980s. Based on possibly the first ever Ruibk's modification by Tony Fisher. The Smithsonian holds an example in their National Museum of American History collection! Notice the unusual sticker design. Available for sale in our shop!
A new addition to our web shop. A very cool vintage balancing puzzle from Germany, Theo Der Turner. Balance Theo on two oddly shaped plastic pieces and solve all 22 challenges printed on the box. Available for sale here!
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