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An invigorating upgrade to a beloved classic…
“Morphegg” is a rotational puzzle that offers an exciting new spin on classic puzzles of the same style. It’s the perfect gift for Rubik’s Cube fanatics or those who do Rubik’s Cube magic tricks.
Once the “Morphegg” has been scrambled (sorry, we couldn’t resist), you’ll need to twist and turn it back into its original shape. Since the pieces are all different sizes and the whole shape transforms as it comes together, the “Morphegg” offers stimulating new challenges compared to the classic Rubik’s Cube. No two solves are the same.
This special white version was an exclusive release. With no contrasting colors or images to assist you, this completely white design adds a devious new layer to solving the “Morphegg”.
Each “Meffert’s Morphegg” is expertly crafted with a precise and smooth turning mechanism. Once solved, you can rest it on its included stand. It’s an eye-catching and intriguing conversation starter that makes for a great office or desk accessory.
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Asher asks: Is it a supercube? That is, does center orientation matter? Some shapemods do this but not all. Thank you!
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- 1. Jim answers: It looks to NOT be a super cube. It looks like the center cube is the only truly square shaped cube. Since I'm not an expert Morpegg solver, this video might help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9c1BS4bvXeQ&ab_channel=michael1234252
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