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This puzzle has no fixed centers, but a total of 24 [[center]] pieces, a total of 24 [[edge]] pieces, and 8 [[corner]]s. It has 7.4 x 10^45 positions.
 
This puzzle has no fixed centers, but a total of 24 [[center]] pieces, a total of 24 [[edge]] pieces, and 8 [[corner]]s. It has 7.4 x 10^45 positions.
  
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[[Image:Revenge.JPG|thumb|A Rubik's Revenge.]]
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[[Image:Howtodismantle4x4.JPG|thumb|How to dismantle a Rubik's Revenge.]]
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[[Image:Mechanismrevenge.JPG|thumb|Mechanism]]
 
===See also:===
 
===See also:===
 
* [[4x4x4 Speedsolving Methods]]
 
* [[4x4x4 Speedsolving Methods]]

Revision as of 13:59, 10 November 2008

A Rubik's Revenge in its solved position.

The Rubik's Revenge (also known as the 4x4x4 cube, and normally referred to as the 4x4x4 or 4x4) is a twistable puzzle in the shape of a cube that is cut three times along each of three axes. There are two main brands for this puzzle, both of which are popular for speedcubing: the Rubik's, patented by Peter Sebesteny in 1983, and the East Sheen, patented by Chen Sen Li in 1999.

This puzzle has no fixed centers, but a total of 24 center pieces, a total of 24 edge pieces, and 8 corners. It has 7.4 x 10^45 positions.

A Rubik's Revenge.
How to dismantle a Rubik's Revenge.
Mechanism

See also:



Cubic twisty puzzles

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Skewb | Master Skewb | Rex cube | Dino cube | Helicopter cube | Curvy Copter

Crazy 4×4×4 cube (version 1) | Crazy 4×4×4 cube (version 2) | Crazy 4×4×4 cube (version 3)

Gear cube | Gear cube extreme

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)

Square 1 | Square 2

Bandaged cube