Pocket Cube Puzzle
At first glance Meffert’s Pocket Cube looks like a simple 2x2 cube, but don’t be fooled, what you see is not what you get! The axis is off-centre and there are two different size segments. After a few simple twists, the true challenge is quickly revealed with the radically altered shape now apparent.
Can you master this brain teaser and return Meffert’s Pocket Cube into its original cube shape?
The unpredictable shape changes are produced by a concept called ’bandaging’, combined with a shape transformation technique often referred to as ’modding’. The puzzle is actually a 3x3x3 cube with pieces fused (’bandaged’) together and extended to produce a simpler looking puzzle.