Welcome to the 4x4-7x7 Solve of the Day thread! this thread is the same layout as the 3x3 2x2 skewb and pyra thread but with big cubes. The results will be stored on the same file as the other solve of the day thread but on a different page. Without further delay here are the scrambles!
Here I made a video showing three 5x5 example or walkthrough solves:
It's in spanish but I didn't put subtitles as they would just be "And I see this red piece and this piece, and to this..."
As of the video's date I'm averaging 1:45 minutes.
Hope you like it :)
Ahhh, feels good. You know, only five days before I was averaging 2:30ish on this puzzle. But as soon as winter break comes around... this. It's like the very idea of school is a cubing impediment.
But anyway, the cube is a Moyu and the method is Redux to Roux cuz I'm cool like dat.
So I had bought the Aolong V2 (which, by the way, is not really changed from the original Aolong), and looking at the small pamphlet on the inside of the box (which not many people read), I noticed some design schematics for a 5x5 and 6x6.
I'm assuming that these...
Does anyone know anywhere that I could buy a florian modded shengshou 5x5? I have tried to mod cubes before, but I just mess them up really bad. I am willing to pay $35-45 dollars for a new black cube, plus shipping.
I developed a puzzle called n-Puzzle.
It presents 3x3, 4x4, 5x5 image with a random chosen missed tile.
Qt 5.1 is needed to launch the application.
The interface of the application has been translated into English, Spanish, Russian.
Here is the link to project on codeplex.com -...
Since no-one else seems to be posting it...
Feliks broke three world records earlier today at the Melbourne Cube Day, amongst them the 5x5 average with a time of 55.33.
55.63, 53.55, (1.09.15), (51.69), 56.80.
So alittle while ago, I invented a method for 5x5 called Meridian.
It is similar to redux, but I found it is much more efficient becuase instead of making full centers, you make center bars of any color. (With this though, you have to know a series of adapted PLLs to finish the last center.)...