# Pretty Rubik´s Cube patterns with algorithms

**Are you tired of solving your Rubik´s Cube always the same way and you are looking for a new challenge? Try to reproduce or invent some pretty patterns! In this section I´m going to present a gallery of pretty Rubik´s Cube patterns with algorithms, preview images, and a small animation on how to form them. Find out how to make the famous Superflip, the checkerboard, the snake patterns, the cross, the cube in a cube and many other nice motives. If you've got bored solving the Rubik's Cube always the same way and you're looking for a new challenge try to reach one of these patterns without watching the algorithms supplied.**You don't even have to know the Rubik´s notation to be able to read the letters in the algorithms because I have attached a short animation for each scramble. If you don´t have a Magic Cube go ahead and use the online Rubik´s Cube solver or use the cube simulator where you can apply rotations or even solve the cube online.

Click or tap an image in the gallery to open and reveal the algorithm. Make sure you check out the second page of the list with more patterns!

## Click To Reveal The Patterns In The Gallery:

The Superflip

The easy checkerboard

Wire

Plus minus

Tablecloth

Deckerboard

Spiral pattern

Speedsolving.com logo

Fruit bowl

Flower

Vertical stripes

Gift box

Opposite corners

Cross

4 crosses

Union Jack

Cube in the cube

Cube in a cube in a cube

Anaconda

Python

Black mamba

Green mamba

Tangled

Four spots

Six spots

Twister

Kilt (Scottish skirt)

Tetris

Don't cross line

Hi

Hi all around

Hi again

Displaced Motif

Are you high?

C U around

Order in chaos

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## How to undo a scramble?

Apply the inverse rotations of the backward algorithm to revert the cube to the solved cube (or the initial position).Let's take a short algorithm for the demonstration, the Cross: | U F B’ L2 U2 L2 F’ B U2 L2 U |

Written backwards: | U L2 U2 B F’ L2 U2 L2 B’ F U |

Replace the moves with the inverse rotations: | U’ L2 U2 B’ F L2 U2 L2 B F’ U’ |