#1
Can anyone solve it? Having the knowledge to solve the normal Rubik's cube doesn't seem to help me. Totally different...
#3
Sudoko fuk urself
Sorry I'm really bored
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#4
Alright what about 4x4x4x4 Rubik's hypercube that's 4 goddamn dimensions your mind can't even handle it without exploding into thousands of BILLIONS of millions of particles so small you'd have to be frickin einstein to see
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#5


good luck pal

Personally, I can't handle even the idea of a 4D cube coming to our 3D world. Let's say such a cube is moving along the 4th dimension axis towards our 4th dimension coordinate...what do we see when it reaches our world? And if it keeps moving how does the movement look like?
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#6
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#8
2x2x2 cube is not too bad but regular is already tough I mean sure everyone can look up the algorithms from the world wide web but trying to figure it out yourself is nuts
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