Impossible Cube 2 (Blue and Gold)
|Object||Take apart and reassemble the pieces.|
|Difficulty||Level 8 - Demanding|
|Types||3D Printed Puzzles, Benno Baatsen|
|Dimensions||5 cm x 5 cm x 5 cm / 2 in x 2 in x 2 in|
This "impossible cube" is an interlocking cube puzzle. A burr puzzle can be ranked in two ways: level and steps. The steps are the total amount of movements which is needed to disassemble all parts. For this cube it takes 30 linear steps to completely disassemble it. The Level of the puzzle is the total amount of steps which it takes to remove the first part, and this cube takes 11 moves to remove the first piece from the cube.
Solving this cube can be very difficult. If you are careful during the disassembly you will have a few clues on how to assemble the cube again. However, if you disassemble the cube without really paying attention it can be very difficult to assemble them again.
This puzzle is 5 by 5 by 5 cm, and it has 6 parts and is sent to you assembled.
Made in 3D printed plastic.
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I think this has a really neat design, how the pieces move around each other and interact. Near the end of disassembly, I found the process or functioning of the pieces very satisfying. At first this puzzle worried and intimidated me, but I gradually grew more comfortable and familiar with it. (Reassembly without having paid attention during disassembly does seem like it would be rough. I haven't tried that, though.)