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## Comments:Author haribo41296 (21 day)Guys, 8 months ago, I commented on this video thanking you all for 100,000 views, and here I am again to thank you all for getting this video to 1,000,000 views! This is absolutely amazing! When I first started this channel, I never thought I would ever get anything over 1,000 views, let alone 10,000, 100,000 and now 1,000,000. I know I've not been uploading, but life has happened and I'm incredibly sorry for that, but I have only one year left of college before I have more free time than I know what to do with so look forward to perhaps something special then! I know that a lot of you are upset that I haven't been uploading, and other people even telling others that I've died and am in a coma as of current; so I'm sorry about that! Like I said, life has happened and I can't find any time for anything anymore, but thank you, to everyone who has subscribed, and watched my videos! Your support means the world to me and I promise, sometime in the next year, I will thank you all properly! Thank you, Chris 'Haribo' Harrison :) Author haribo41296 (9 months)Wow 100,000 views! Thank you so much everyone and I hope you enjoyed the video! Author thomas wolfe (1 month)this guy has no life. Author Matt The Awesomer (4 days)this video made me start cubeing!!!!!!!!! Author andrew sauer (1 month)maze cube is much harder than number cube. the only hard thing about number cube is the 2-8 pieces Author David Bandel (2 months)being able to solve a 5x5 does not enable you to solve any cube. being able to solve a 4x4 does though. even cubes have a parity case that odd cubes do not have. IDIOT. Author BabyOxide (1 day)the soduku cube I have, was the second cube I ever bought, following multiple 3by3by3, has coloured numbers on it, and I solved it, it does take long, but its not too hard once u get an idea of how to rotate the cube, basically the logic is the same, its is theoretically easier to solve .. bcos if u think about it, on a normal 3 by 3 cube ... assuming u hold each face on a permanent surface, 1 piece can have multiple rotation on the same spot... that means out of the millions of possible combination, a handful of them are correct positions. on the soduku cube however, ONLY 1 position is correct, so technically, there is only 1 answer to the entire cube, and if u get one piece right, the rest just falls in place. edit, once u solve the first layer ,, the rest falls in place easily... the difference however is my cube is the one by mado, its black on all sides, the numbers are 1 to 9 on each face, with same color for each set of 9 numbers... the only extra thing I need to note is the position or rotation it faces .. addition: the first thing to do is not the top layer but the correct position of the middle number on all 6 sides.. once you aligned the "5" in the upright position on the 6 sides, the rest is as per a normal cube. and during every other move, u need to add an additional check to make sure the middle piece remain in the up right position. the solving it similar to a 5 by 5, u solve the positions on the bottom layer. more: I tried to re-solve my soduku cube that was left unsolved for a while I guess over 2 years ago, took me about 45 minutes lol, cos I messed up the bottom's "5"s rotation, had to solve it twice to fix it, the tricky part is the last layer when I had to repeat the third last formula multiple times to get the 4 sides in the correct position. I'm not as good a solver as those tho can do the cube in 30 seconds.. but I remember the formula well for the basic cube... its only a matter of constantly repeating the same formula... till u get the rotation right comment: of all the cube you showed... I think the egg one is the hardest, since every other puzzle, once u KNOW the method and where the position is, its obvious, but u mentioned the egg one, u had to guess the positions of each piece until its correct, so similar to the soduku cube, there could only be 1 answer, but eventually u'll get it.. I have never tried the weird shapes ones, my collection consist of 2,3,4,5 and soduku, amongst them I find the 4 by 4 hardest bcos of flip sides and the extra formulas required, what I would do is, if I got to the last piece and its wrong, I would mess up the cube thoroughly and then try to solve it again there by randomly flipping the edges unknowingly.. I could not seem to memorise the formula for the flip sides... lol LURU or something Author Ethan D. (2 months)You know a really good event for new cubers? 7x7 multiblind with feet. Author Zach Rome (2 months)My most difficult is a 1x1 cube Author rax7 (2 months)that's not the hardest puzzle. i bought one for my dog, the next day i woke up, it's solved. Author Lee Urquhart (1 hour)This video was fucking hilarious at .5 speed. Author chins4tw (3 days)that last one is impossible.... you have 9 numbers that you can use once each and 12 spots you literally cant to do it Author Mihir Mathur (4 days)Mihir most difficult is my 5x5 its my profile picture you can see it Author Jack Gillen (4 days)10 minutes ago i was watching pewdiepie and now im here im scared Author brandy lancaster (6 days)did he say most humans know how to solve a normal rubix cube? most people can't! Author Eliah Briggs (8 days)I HATE sudoku and rubix cubes are ok, but COMBINED 》=[ rage quit Author Monkeyd Chunk (16 days)401 people were jealous of the cubes. Author wizzard fire (3 months)my hardest isss.......... *sighs* 1x1x1 D;. JK Author Eqoob (19 days)I am not able to complete the cube with 3 columns ;) Author carrastealth (6 months)The Sedoku rubix is solved by having it counting 1-9 from left to right all the way down so that it would look like 123 456 789 So that it looks that way on one side and then if you turn the Rubix Cube over to another side it will have a 1-9 left to right pattern as well. Author Arav Shah (1 month)i cant even solve a 2 by 2 rubik's cube Author n4pgamer (4 months)Have you ever considered doing something *useful* for mankind other than solving puzzles *just for yourself* ? Author 182punkbunny (1 month)My most difficult one has to be the ghost cube 3x3 I haven't finished it yet I have had it for a month now but have finished it mostly cause all the small little differences shape and all being one color...but holy crap sodoku cube...yeah I'm not sure about that Author Hikari Hanazono (6 months)I dont even know how to solve a Sudoku puzzle, not even a rubix cute T_T Author the1stMrBoston (3 months)I love how his hardest puzzle is something simple like a 3x3/sudoku puzzle "which if you can solve sudokus and 3x3 doing one that uses both is not hard. however he showed some puzzles i was like Da fuk? so just so interesting how many puzzles there are and how some are difficult to some and others are not. BTW if i taught you how to play sudoku you could solve your last puzzle Author TankP0wnz (1 month)The sudoku cube is actually pretty easy. You solve it just like that 3x3 that uses arrows on its faces. Author k shaw (1 month)Smells like autism. Author Leuro Tiíchnerata (2 months)WHAT THE FUCKIS YOURPROBLEM!!!!!!!!!!!!WHAT THEFUCKIS WRONGWITHYOU QWHAT THE FUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ...................... Author iqbal barra (2 days)i can solve '8 thousand X 8 thousand puzzle cube'. all i need is some coloured paint. Author ishaan varde (17 hours)hahahaha u cant solve a 3by3 puzzle?? Author jangumetcha (1 day)the way youre thinking is phisically impossible Author Super Awesome (1 day)My most difficult is the 3x3 classic. Lol Author Jesse Tiko (1 day)Wait, how are you meant to not have a single repeated number the whole way around the cube? There are 12 numbers on a single row if you go all the way around the cube, but only 9 numbers to put on each of the blocks. Author Nico Megnin (8 days)Why are stickerless cubes competition illegal? Author Daniel Piotrowski (2 days)I must agree that the Sudoku Cube looks intimidating, but it is rather easy compared to the maze or the egg. Although I haven’t solved that particular cube, the concept is the same. First I drew each individual piece on isometric graph paper, being careful to transfer the orientation of the numbers correctly. Then I took the eight corners and arranged them on a cube I had drawn (top side view, right side view, front side view etc.) so that there were no duplicate numbers on a side and that all the numbers on one side were oriented in the same direction. This took me a couple minutes but there was really only one correct way. Then I added the centers, again avoiding duplicates. Remember, the centers can be oriented any direction. Again there was really only one right way (for my cube anyway). Finally, I filled in the edges where they would work. I got it right on the second try. Once you know what it’s supposed to look like, you can then solve it like a regular 3x3. To help me visualize the build, I took my stickerless 3x3 and put blank stickers on each of the faces. Then I transferred the numbers and their orientation from the Sudoku Cube to the blank stickers. Then I took it apart and built it with the pieces. This helps eliminate errors, as you have a 3D object to build rather than just a 2D drawing. I hope this helps and is not to confusing. Author StripedSloth (12 days)Well the numbers will have to repeat around the cube because there are 12 slots and 9 different numbers, so all you need is each face to have one of each number and it is solved! Author Don Soliven (7 days)could u atleast spin some of the stuf!! lol this is weirdly awesome Author That One Guy (5 days)my most difficult puzzle is a mirror cube in my collection Author Nick Thornton (10 days)Suduko cube is actually not impossible I've done it in like 67 attempts Author IMtheKING72 (18 days)Based off the soduku puzzle solving you said you can't because of the 8 and 8 edge piece Author oceantran van (12 days)Alrdy a million lol Author Desmond Miles (18 days)And here I can't even solve the 3x3x3 normal cube...... Author Nicolas K (10 days)I'll stick to peeling the stickers :D Author 1jaymost (23 days)Wow almost 1,000,000 views now that's crazy Author Davidplaysmc233-{Minecraft Gaming Channel} (12 days)MAH GOD Author Dirpy Turtle (14 days)Void cube Author ThomasGhs (23 days)I dissagree. The soduko puzzle is pretty easy if you think of it abstract instead of straight forward. Let me explain. The soduko puzzle is a 3x3 and each piece has only 1 place where it can be for everything to be corect. Sounds familiar right? it is the same as the normal 3x3 rubix cube. If you had marked each of the tiles with a small stikker with a color, you could solve it easily by looking at the colors. However if the colors had not been there, the solution would be the same. So instead of thinking of the numbers, it needs to be solved as a normal rubix cube. Author _demetri_ (21 day)... The Sudoku 3x3 isn't operable. You can't solve it, and I'll explain why, even though it's obvious. In an ordinary game of Sudoku marked 1-9, their are only basically 9x9 spaces for numbers, meaning 81 spots for numbers, each with an even amount. On a 3x3 cube, there are 9x6 spaces for colors (or numbers in this case), meaning 54 spaces for numbers... thus making it unsolvable. smh people equipping mediocre limits. Author Matt Burris (17 days)"Time conshuming" haha Author Arvid Olson (27 days)mark the right solution sides of the soduko vibe with colors so it's just like a standard 3x3x3 ## Embed Video: | ## Search Video## Top Videos |