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  • Re: A Time for Everything

    In 2002, the program did not have support for greater than length 3 -- don't remember if it even supported length 2 then. I did dabble with the 3^5 when it

    d_funny007 7 days ago
  • A Time for Everything

    I find it interesting that both Christian's 3^7 and Doug's 5^4 solution came many, many years after they first considered attempting them. It sure can be

    cutelyaware 11 days ago
  • Solved 5^4 After 13+ Year Gap from 3^4

    This might be a record in a way. :) I just finished solving the 5x5x5x5 on first attempt about 34 hours ago. I went with the very first scramble I got, and

    d_funny007 15 days ago
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The 4D_Cubing Group is a Group for people interested in higher dimensional analogues of the Rubik's Cube puzzle. Though the focus of this Group is not limited to the MagicCube4D computer program, the origins of this Group lie with the developers Melinda Green and Don Hatch. The MagicCube4D program simulates a projection of the 4D hypercube version of the puzzle into a 3D space which is rendered on the user's screen. The MagicCube4D Web site offers detailed information about the program and links to other related resources on the Web.

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  • Aug 1, 2003
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