Anonymous asked in Games & RecreationToys · 1 month ago

How to solve the 3rd layer twist puzzle cube parity?

People say just remove the block that causing the parity and reinsert it back in. But I have no clue how to without messing up the 1st and 2nd layer. Is there a simple agolrithm?


It’s called a Calvin’s puzzle twist cube.

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  • 1 month ago

    If you mean a Rubik's Cube, the only way one could possibly have "wrong parity" is if someone has previously dismantled it and put it back together wrongly; I'm not certain even that would do it.

    For as generic movable piece puzzle, wrong parity at the end usually means two similar pieces are exchanged and need moving around to swap them over.

    • Barrel1 month agoReport

      Thanks for replying it’s called a Calvin’s puzzle twist cube it looks like the whole cube has been twisted. It’s not like the regular 3x3 from Rubiks but very similar

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