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Guy Makes ‘Impossible’ 1x5x5 Rubik’s Cube Puzzle

by Conner Flynn
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This Rubik’s Cube style puzzle will blow your mind. Puzzle maker Tony Fisher has created this “impossible” 1x5x5 Rubik’s cube style cuboid puzzle, and it’s so cool.

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What’s so impossible about it? Well, this single-layer puzzle design would not be functional using a traditional Rubik’s cube mechanism.

So what did he use as a mechanism here? It’s pretty simple and works great on this “cuboid” puzzle. Fisher explains the secret to his design in a video below and later demonstrated his solution to the puzzle.

If you really can’t wait to learn the secret, I’ll give it away here: It’s magnets. Damn magicians! It’s always magnets. Magnets are the modern sorcery for wizards.

[via The Awesomer]

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