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CodingCuber

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I'd like to bring something up that I've noticed about CubeHead's channel recently. Does anyone else feel like he's starting to try to target more of a child audience? I mean, he started with relatively straight to the point videos that were mostly review and challenges, and he still does that content but I see him throwing in more heavily-edited "funny" clips to the videos. Just my observation. What does everyone else think?
 

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I'd like to bring something up that I've noticed about CubeHead's channel recently. Does anyone else feel like he's starting to try to target more of a child audience? I mean, he started with relatively straight to the point videos that were mostly review and challenges, and he still does that content but I see him throwing in more heavily-edited "funny" clips to the videos. Just my observation. What does everyone else think?
Eh, he uses some strong language in a few of his videos so I’d probably have to disagree. Plus, if your looking for that kind of review content speedcubereview is probably what you’d enjoy
 

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I'd like to bring something up that I've noticed about CubeHead's channel recently. Does anyone else feel like he's starting to try to target more of a child audience? I mean, he started with relatively straight to the point videos that were mostly review and challenges, and he still does that content but I see him throwing in more heavily-edited "funny" clips to the videos. Just my observation. What does everyone else think?
He seems to be becoming more confident on YouTube. There's probably a lot of pressure on him now to bring something that's entertaining and keeps your attention, so that's what probably explains the jokes/pattern interrupts.

Also, yeesh, I thought this thread died. Guess it's back.
 
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Eh, he uses some strong language in a few of his videos so I’d probably have to disagree. Plus, if your looking for that kind of review content speedcubereview is probably what you’d enjoy
yeah he threw some that's what she said jokes in the last vid I saw
don't know if it was targeted to kids
 

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I enjoy Brody's videos the most. Consistent quality, always unique and original.

Also, I believe KADtheCuber is the most underrated channel. He doesn't even have 5k subs and he's one of my favorite channels.
 
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I really like CubeHead, but I do agree that he should cut down on the inappropriate jokes in his videos, which are for sure watched by kids. I feel like he mentions "69" in almost all of his videos which is nor mature nor responsible of him.

My favourite youtuber to watch is actually Z3Cubing. I like his variety of videos on a ton of different aspects of cubing, and I just always find him entertaining.
 

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My favourite youtuber to watch is actually Z3Cubing. I like his variety of videos on a ton of different aspects of cubing, and I just always find him entertaining.
I have to agree with that. He puts so much effort and time into every single video, too. Like seriously, climbing mountains while solving a cube? Destroying massive cubes in slow motion? I feel like he deserves more attention for what he does.
 

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Tingman is a good youcuber if you want something entertaining and family-friendly, my favorite video of his is definitely his how to solve a square 1. He explains the algorithms really clearly and makes them easy to understand. It helped me a lot when I wanted to learn how to solve it for the first time. So he's in my #3 spot.Very underated
 
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Tingman is a good youcuber if you want something entertaining, but family-friendly, my favorite video of his is definitely his how to solve a square 1. He explains the algorithms really clearly and makes them easy to understand. It helped me a lot when I wanted to learn how to solve it for the first time. So he's in my #3 spot.Very underated
I agree that Tingman is great. But 141k subs doesn't imply that he's "underrated"
 

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j perm isn't overrated AT ALL. he makes the best tutorials and I have him to thank for basically everything i know about cubing
Damn, that labrador always wins me over. Btw J perm isn't the bad guy, he just makes quality content and mostly very good tutorials that basically no one can do as good as him. @Smiles
 
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