Dane created the X-Cube. It’s similar to a Rubik’s cube, but it’s shaped like an X. It has 2 levels. You have to figure out shape and color, not just color like the Rubik’s. There are 43 quintillion ways to jumble up a Rubik’s cube, which means if you spent all the time since the beginning of the universe, spending one second per pattern on a Rubik’s cube, you wouldn’t have enough time to look at all the patterns. The X-Cube has 125 decillion possible patterns. That’s about two quadrillion more than the Rubik’s cube!
Learn more about the X-Cube here: XcubeProject.blogspot.com