Lars Moreels

My favorite puzzle

Lars Moreels (19, Belgium)

I think it’s hard to decide what my favorite puzzle is. One, because I didn’t get the chance to try every puzzle out there, and two: because every twisty puzzle has its own glamour and characteristics. But I can safely tell that my favorite puzzle would be a non-WCA twisty puzzle.

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My favourite puzzle, the Pyraminx

My personal favourite twisty puzzle is the Pyramix. It is my favourite because it is an intuitive and fresh yet surprisingly familiar take on the original 3×3 Rubik’s cube. The turning action of the Pyraminx rivals the turning actions of most high-end speedcubes such as the Gans or the Shengshou. The stickers, in all my time solving the Pyraminx, have barely been scratched at all (I have been solving for about a month, for the record).

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Toby Perlstadt

My Favorite Twisty Puzzle: The Kibiminx

Toby Perlstadt (11, USA)

My favorite Twisty puzzle is… well… I’m not sure what it is called. According to DGCubes it is called a Kibiminx. I refer to it as a 2 by 2 Megaminx. It looks exactly as it sounds. It is pretty uncommon and only ShengShou makes it. Continue reading “Toby Perlstadt”


My favourite puzzle

My favourite puzzle is the Megaminx. Specifically the Carbon Fiber Megaminx. My favourite puzzle is the Megaminx for a couple of reasons. One reason is because in my opinion, it is complex enough for me, but not to complex. Another reason is because when you get good at solving the megaminx, you can solve it in sub 5 minutes. Continue reading “MJ”

Aryaansh Rathore

My most favourite puzzle

Aryaansh Rathore (12, UAE)

My favourite puzzle……….. One question I always have to brainstorm to answer. I’m gonna answer a bit like if the question was like this- There are all the puzzles of the world in a room. You have to pick one, and quick, as they are going to melt. Continue reading “Aryaansh Rathore”

Asa Grigsby

My Favorite Puzzle

Asa Grigsby (12, USA)

Everybody likes a good puzzle. They’re hard, challenging, and once you solve it, it feels like you’re on top of the world.

The definition of a puzzle according to Merriam Webster’s Dictionary says, “a game, toy, or problem designed to test ingenuity or knowledge.” I don’t know what the writer of this definition was thinking when they made this definition, but they were probably thinking of the Square One.

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