The Rubik's Cube

"We turn the cube and it twists us" - Dr. Erno Rubik

Last Update:

25 January 2015: Added some custom puzzles to the Custom Puzzles page (natch). Puzzles added are the 1x2x2 cuboid using 19mm cubies, the 4x5x5 cuboid with Eastsheen 4x4x4 cubies, and the Master Pyraminx. All puzzles long overdue for the puzzle page.

09 July 2008: Update to the custom puzzles page. Yay... Check out the 3x4x4.

09 July 2008: Update to the custom puzzles page. Yay... Check out the 3x4x4.

10 May 2007: Added the 4x4x5 and 3 layer puck to the custom puzzles page. Also published pages for the two 2x2x3's en Espaņol.

09/07/2006: It's a miracle I even update this website anymore... But here's a little update for the puzzles. In the puzzle building page I put in a link to another page with a guide to epoxy putties like Magic Sculp, Apoxie Sculpt, and Milliput and my impressions of the three. Also if you haven't noticed I added a link to the 3x3x5 and how to make one back in December of 2005. I guess that covers everything I've done with the puzzles section of my website in the past two and a half years. Pathetic, wouldn't you say?

04/14/2004: I guess I got more out of going to the CalTech Rubik's Cube tournament than I thought I would. Saw some interesting things including Shotaro "Macky" Makisumi's unbelievable 3x3x3 solving skills. At the tournament I also got some inspiration for a fun new idea for a Pyraminx. Check it out at the custom puzzles page.

And yes, I'm painfully aware that my gallery section has been horribly broken for ages.

03/15/2004: First actual puzzle update for the new year. Mini Mental Block is now available on a limited basis.

12/25/2003: New old puzzle page put up. 2x3x3 Rubik's Domino replica.

10/22/2003: Amazing how Time flies around here. Finally managed to aside the hours needed to perfect the large Slim Tower. Tastes Great, Less Filling. Go check out the prototype pictures in the sales/trades area.