# Recent content by Galva101

1. ### [Help Thread] 5x5 Ghost Cube - Layer by Layer Method for Centers

Using SMB Puzzles' Supercube Tutorial I have now come up with a set of algorithms that should work for any 5x5 Supercube, including the Ghost version: Counterclockwise Center-Edge 3-Cycle across two Faces: This swaps the Front Face’s Top Middle Centerpiece to the Top Face’s Right Middle...
2. ### [Help Thread] 4x4 Supercube: Swapping two center cubies diagonally

I have now come up with 3 very simple to remember algorithms, that should be able to solve all cases of a 4x4 Supercube center. They all use the common "large cube centercubie algorithm" that on larger cubes swaps two centerpieces, but is actually a 3 Cycle: Small letters mean inner faces. \[...
3. ### [Help Thread] 5x5 Ghost Cube - Layer by Layer Method for Centers

I have built a 5x5 Ghost Cube using Joachim Solborg's 3D Printable Extensions. I am however a bit lost when it comes to solving it, I have the following question: Is there a way to solve a 5x5 Supercube's Front, Left, Right and Back centers layer by layer? As you can see in the picture, these...
4. ### [Help Thread] (Ghost) 3x3x5 - swap front centers

I have built a Ghost 3x3x5 using a Cube4You cube. While solving, I encountered a problem that I could solve intuitively, but only in a very infefficient way. Is there an algorithm to insert piece 2 into where piece 8 is located, without affecting layer A and B? Layers C, D and E are unsolved at...
5. ### [Help Thread] 4x4 Supercube: Swapping two center cubies diagonally

Thank you very much Christopher, those were exactly the algorithms I was looking for, they work great. The 4x4 axis cube has no constraints at all, it is basically just a shape mod of a 4x4 with oriented centerpieces, so Half turns (other than U2) are allowed, as well as other turns such as D and L.
6. ### [Help Thread] 4x4 Supercube: Swapping two center cubies diagonally

Hello everyone, this is my first post here. I have encountered the following situation in the image while solving a 4x4 axis cube, but let's just treat it as a super cube. I would like to ask whether anyone knows of an algorithm that swaps two diagonally opposite cubies on the last center of a...