Your challenge is to scramble the puzzle and return it to it’s cube shape. The cut pattern is very strange and each piece is a different shape, so it’s easy to understand why the Ghost Cube is notoriously difficult to solve. In fact it’s considered one of the hardest 3×3 modifications out there.
But don’t despair just yet. Unlike the Pocket Cube, surprisingly your knowledge of solving a regular Rubik’s 3×3 will be of some help when you try to solve this one so why not give it a go.
The first Ghost Cube was invented by Adam G. Cowan in 2008 and since then they’ve been developed in many different sizes but all come back to the basic principle that once scrambled the various different turning axis change the shape entirely. Solving the puzzle does not involve returning all the faces to the correct colour or pattern but rather to get the puzzle back into the cube shape.
This cube is white on a black background. It is made by Recent Toys for Meffert and has both Meffert logo and Adam’s signature on it.
Size: 60mm x 60mm x 60mm