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The '''X-Cube 2''' is an unreleased [[twisty puzzle]] designed by [[Dane Christianson]]. It has the same concept as the [[X-Cube]]; however, it is one [[order]] smaller. In other words, unlike the [[X-Cube]], the X-Cube 2 has a 2x2x2 base rather than a 3x3x3 base (see image).
 
The '''X-Cube 2''' is an unreleased [[twisty puzzle]] designed by [[Dane Christianson]]. It has the same concept as the [[X-Cube]]; however, it is one [[order]] smaller. In other words, unlike the [[X-Cube]], the X-Cube 2 has a 2x2x2 base rather than a 3x3x3 base (see image).
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== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
 
* [https://www.the-x-cube.com/xcube2.html X-Cube 2 Web Page]
 
* [https://www.the-x-cube.com/xcube2.html X-Cube 2 Web Page]

Latest revision as of 10:01, 3 July 2020

X-Cube 2
Xcube2.jpg
X-Cube 2 into a solved position
Alternative names: 2x2 X-Cube
Shape: X-shaped
Internal Mechanism: [[]]
Inventor: Dane Christianson
Year: unreleased
Produced by: Moving Parts, L.L.C.
Twisty Puzzles museum link: PKEY5744

The X-Cube 2 is an unreleased twisty puzzle designed by Dane Christianson. It has the same concept as the X-Cube; however, it is one order smaller. In other words, unlike the X-Cube, the X-Cube 2 has a 2x2x2 base rather than a 3x3x3 base (see image).

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