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Rubik's 40th Anniversary - New Arrivals

Posted by on 5/19/2014 to New Puzzles and Games
Today is the Rubik's 40th Anniversary, and Brilliant Puzzles is celebrating with new twisty Rubik's Rotation style puzzles from Meffert's. Check out the new puzzles, and many more at our Cube puzzles category.


 Skewb Xtreme - Meffert's Rotation

 



A beautiful new version of the Skewb Cube from Tony Fisher and Meffert's, which adds an extra level of complexity and uses high quality vinyl labels.

SKEWB Xtreme pushes puzzle fun to the extreme. It's challenging, but can be solved! and it is one of the most beautiful geometric forms ever created, symmetrical from all angles. 
With ten colors it is also one of the most colorful puzzles around.
A great add to any twisting puzzle lover.

 

 

Pyraminx - Meffert's Rotation

 

This is the famous Pyraminx puzzle that has been around for 40 years, and still it captures the original fascination.

Pyraminx is a triangular pyramid-shaped (or tetrahedron) puzzle.

The parts arranged in a pyramidal pattern on each side of the puzzle. The layers can be rotated with respect to each vertex, and the individual tips can be rotated as well.
It was designed by Uwe Meffert in the early 1970s.
Mix up and put back to the start.

 



 

 

 Venus Pillow - Meffert's Rotation

 

 A beautiful design by Evgeniy Grigoriev.
This is a very smooth moving rotational puzzle. Moves just like a 3x3x3 cube but looks quite different.
Venus Pillow is a mind bending classic.

It'll keep generations intrigued! With an amazing silhouette and super smooth movement, Venus Pillow generates never ending excitement.

A great add to any twisting puzzle lover. 

 

 

Skewb - Meffert's Rotation


This is the famous Pyraminx puzzle that has been around for 40 years, and still it captures the original fascination.

Pyraminx is a triangular pyramid-shaped (or tetrahedron) puzzle.

The parts arranged in a pyramidal pattern on each side of the puzzle. The layers can be rotated with respect to each vertex, and the individual tips can be rotated as well.
It was designed by Uwe Meffert in the early 1970s.
Mix up and put back to the start.

 

 
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