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Looking for official scrabble algorithms

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Elysium82

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hey guys,

I have recently found this and been using the first one to scrabble the cube. According to this screenshot it is no longer the official one and I cant seem to find it. Plus clicking on the "here" leads me to their official website that doesn't have anything similar to this screenshot.

scramble.jpg
Also....are there any fairly good mixing algorithms we could use to get a challenge out of the Rubik's cube that you would recommend?
 
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CodingCuber

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The official scrambling software used in competitions is TNoodle. You can download it here. The two main scrambling algorithms used are random move and random state. Most timers like cstimer will use random state, which involves generating a random cube state and then finding an algorithm to reach that state. Random move is as it sounds; a string of random moves at a random length. All of this aside, if you want a dedicated scrambling program, TNoodle is WCA recognised, but any cube timer will do just as good a job without you having to install and (God forbid) run Java.
 

Elysium82

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The official scrambling software used in competitions is TNoodle. You can download it here. The two main scrambling algorithms used are random move and random state. Most timers like cstimer will use random state, which involves generating a random cube state and then finding an algorithm to reach that state. Random move is as it sounds; a string of random moves at a random length. All of this aside, if you want a dedicated scrambling program, TNoodle is WCA recognised, but any cube timer will do just as good a job without you having to install and (God forbid) run Java.
Thank you. I can't install TNoodle. I dont have the technical knowledge to do so.
I was just looking for something like a screenshot or something that would generate an algorithm that I could use again and again.
 
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