# Huge Cubes

(Redirected from 10x10x10 Cube)

A huge cube refers to cubes with many layers. How many layers is required can differ between individuals though most agree that a cube must have at least 6. This page documents the cubes larger than the 7x7x7 (the largest cube adjudicated by the World Cube Association). The largest mass produced cube is currently the 17x17x17 cube produced by shapeways and YuXin while the largest ever made is the 33x33x33 created by Grégoire Pfennig.

## 8x8x8

 8x8x8 Cube Alternative names: 8x8x8, 8x8 Shape: Cube Internal Mechanism: 8x8x8 Inventor: Panagiotis Verdes Year: Produced by: V-Cube, Shengshou, YuXin HuangLong, MoFang JiaoShi, Cyclone Boys

The 8x8x8 cube (normally referred to as the 8x8x8 or 8x8) is a twisty puzzle in the shape of a cube that is cut seven times along each of three axes. The first brand of this puzzle was the V-Cube (V-cube 8), whose inventor, Panagiotis Verdes, patented. Many other cube companies, as Shengshou have produced puzzles very similar, but these are considered knock-offs due to using the same basic mechanism. The V Cube 8 is rounded (or 'pillowed') because it is mathematically impossible to make a perfectly cubical 8x8x8 cube with even layers without any kind of magnets or locking mechanism, as the corners would fall off.

Shengshou have made a cubic 8x8x8 (a bigger external layer), and it has become very popular.

This puzzle has 6 fixed centers, a total of 210 other center pieces, a total of 72 edge pieces, and 8 corners.

Current best 8x8x8: Moyu Mofang Jiaoshi MF8

## 9x9x9

 9x9x9 Cube Alternative names: 9x9 Shape: Cube Internal Mechanism: 9x9x9 Inventor: 9x9x9 Year: Produced by: Shengshou, YuXin HuangLong, V-Cube

The 9x9x9 cube (normally referred to as the 9x9x9 or 9x9) is a twisty puzzle in the shape of a cube that is cut 8 times along each of three axes. The first 9x9 was fake and fully proportional and shown by Tony Fisher, which generated a lot of levispes within the community. Two true, flat, commercially available 9x9 cubes, the YuXin HuangLong and ShengShou cubes, have since been released, and a V-Cube 9 was released in 2017.

Current best 9x9x9: Moyu Mofang Jiaoshi MF9

## 10x10x10

 10x10x10 Cube Alternative names: 10x10 Shape: Cube Internal Mechanism: 10x10x10 Inventor: [[]] Year: Produced by: Shengshou, YuXin HuangLong

The 10x10x10 cube (normally referred to as the 10x10x10 or 10x10) is a twisty puzzle in the shape of a cube that is cut 9 times along each of three axes. Two true, flat, commercially available 10x10 cubes, the YuXin HuangLong and ShengShou cubes, have been released.

The cube is the subject of an inside meme "whoa, is that a 10x10?" within the cubing community, as popularised by YouTube cuber ColorfulPockets.

## 11x11x11

 11x11x11 Cube Alternative names: 11x11 Shape: Cube, Pillowed Cube Internal Mechanism: 11x11 Inventor: Unknown Year: 2010 Produced by: ShengShou, YuXin HuangLong

The 11x11x11 cube (normally referred to as the 11x11) is a twistable puzzle in the shape of a cube. It has 11 layers on each of three axes. The first mass produced 11x11 cube was released by YuXin around March 2010.[1] It had a pillowed shape and was the largest cube in production at the time. ShengShou has since released a cubic version. YuXin then released a new version, called the HuangLong 11x11.

This puzzle has a total of 486 center pieces, a total of 108 edge pieces, and 8 corners.

## 12x12x12

 12x12x12 Cube Alternative names: 12x12 Shape: Cube Internal Mechanism: 12x12x12 Inventor: Leslie Le Year: 2009 (first created) 2019 (mass produced) Produced by: ShengShou

The 12x12x12 cube is a twisty puzzle in the shape of a cube that is cut 11 times along each of three axes.

Leslie Le finished building the first fully functional 12x12x12 cube on November 20, 2009. As one can see from the the video demonstration (for proof of full functionality), it was pillow-shaped. On December 20, 2012, another puzzle maker finished building a flat-shaped 12x12x12 cube. Neither of these puzzles were mass-produced.

In 2017, VeryPuzzle released a picture of a 12x12x12 on their Facebook page; it was believed to be an indication that they intended to release the first mass-produced 12x12x12. However, the first mass-produced 12x12x12 was ultimately released in April 2019 by ShengShou (a stickerless pillow-shaped version). On September 12, 2019 Moyu released the first mass-produced flat-shaped stickerless 12x12x12 cube.

## 13x13x13

 13x13x13 Cube Alternative names: 13x13 Shape: Pillowed Cube Internal Mechanism: 13x13x13 Inventor: Unknown Year: 2014 Produced by: Moyu

The 13x13x13 cube (normally referred to as the 13x13) is a twistable puzzle produced by Moyu beginning in November of 2014. It was formerly the highest-order mass produced Rubik's Cube variant. It has 726 center pieces, 132 edge pieces, and 8 corner pieces, and a total of 1,014 stickers.

## 17x17x17

 17x17x17 Cube 17x17x17 Cube into a solved position Alternative names: 17x17x17, 17x17 Shape: Cube Internal Mechanism: 17x17x17 Inventor: Oskar van Deventer Year: 2011 Produced by: Shapeways, YuXin

The 17x17x17 cube (normally referred to as the 17x17x17 or 17x17) is a twistable puzzle in the shape of a cube that is cut 16 times along each of three axes.

Yuxin has since made a mass-produced version, making it the most expensive mass produced twisty puzzle, and surprisingly since release it has been solved in under an hour and performs well for its size.

## 18x18x18

 18x18x18 Cube Alternative names: 18x18x18, 18x18 Shape: Cube Internal Mechanism: 18x18x18 Inventor: Unknown Year: Unknown Produced by: Unknown

The 18x18x18 cube (normally referred to as the 18x18x18 or 18x18) is a twisty puzzle in the shape of a cube that is cut 17 times along each of three axes. Currently, no mass-produced 18x18x18s exist.

## 19x19x19

 SengSo 19x19 SengSo 19x19 into a solved position Alternative names: 19x19x19, 19x19, ShengShou 19x19 Shape: Pillowed Cube Internal Mechanism: 19x19x19 Inventor: [[{{{INVENTOR}}}]] Year: 2020 Produced by: ShengShou
 Qiyi Wuya Qiyi Wuya into a solved position Alternative names: 19x19x19, 19x19, Qiyi Wuya 19x19 Shape: Pillowed Cube Internal Mechanism: 19x19x19 Inventor: [[{{{INVENTOR}}}]] Year: 2017 Produced by: QiYi

The Qiyi Wuya (normally referred to as the 19x19x19 or 19x19) is a twistable puzzle in the shape of a cube that is cut 18 times along each of three axes. This Wuya was announced by Qiyi in 2017, but it has never been released (as of July 2020).

In March of 2019, ShengShou filed a patent for a 19x19. Photos of this 19x19 started showing up in July 2020 and it is expected to release in August 2020.

Regular cubic twisty puzzles
0x0x0
1x1x1
2x2x2
Pocket Cube
3x3x3
Rubik's Cube
4x4x4
Rubik's Revenge
5x5x5
Professor's Cube
6x6x6
V-Cube 6
7x7x7
V-Cube 7
8x8x8
V-Cube 8
9x9x9
10x10x10
11x11x11
12x12x12
SengSo 12x12
13x13x13
MoYu 13x13
14x14x14
SengSo 14x14
15x15x15
MoYu 15x15
16x16x16
SengSo
17x17x17
Over The Top
18x18x18
19x19x19
SengSo
20x20x20
21x21x21
MoYu
22x22x22
23x23x23
YJ
24x24x24
25x25x25
26x26x26
27x27x27
28x28x28
29x29x29
30x30x30
31x31x31
32x32x32
33x33x33
34x34x34
Key:
Mass-produced Exists, not manufactured Work in progress
Not existent

 Cubic twisty puzzles Constrained cube (90°) (mechanism variation of 3x3x3) | Void cube (mechanism variation of 3x3x3) | Latch Cube (mechanism variation of 3x3x3) Void cube | Shepherd's cube (sticker variation of 3x3x3) | Labyrinth cube (sticker variation of 3x3x3) | Supercube (sticker variation of NxNxN cubes)