Cubing Quiz

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15 Questions - Developed by: Carden0002 - Developed on: - 13.488 taken - 5 people like it

This quiz should test you on your knowledge of cubing.

  • 1
    What is the sune algorithm?
  • 2
    Which of the following is the sune algorithm used for?
  • 3
    What is the second big step in solving a cube that is 4x4 or larger?
  • 4
    What does it mean if a puzzle shape-shifts?
  • 5
    What is finger tricking?
  • 6
    Which of the following is a cubing company that specializes in speed cubes?
  • 7
    What does Sheng-shou often call their cubes on their packaging?
  • 8
    Which of the following is a cubing channel on youtube?
  • 9
    What is bandaging?
  • 10
    What is a cuboid?
  • 11
    Which of the following people are well known for their cubing?
  • 12
    What does F2L stand for?
  • 13
    What does PLL stand for?
  • 14
    Which color, with white as the U face and red as the F face, is the R face?
  • 15
    About how many different combinations are there on the standard 3x3 cube?

Comments (1)

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Anonymus (00033)
130 days ago
It's quite a good test for the most part. But some answers are badly phrased. The F2L question has two right answers. Of course it's used as 'First two layers' 99% of the time, but Front twice Left clockwise is technically also a possible meaning.
On question 14 you should have added "on a cube with the standard scheme". I might just use a cube that uses pink instead of read or black instead of white.
"Feliks Zemdegs" is misspelled. Infidel! xD
Bandaging is also a cube modification, just because it's vague doesn't mean it's wrong.
If a puzzle is a shape shifter, that does indeed also mean some algorithms cause it to change shape, it's not a definition, but you didn't ask for one. (Plus, if we're talking about a 6x6 ghost cube, it also means you're doomed. xD jk)
For the question about big cube solving, you should have added "with Reduction method". There are blindfolded methods that work differently. Also, it depends on your times. Slower people might just take longer on the edges than on the centers on a 4x4.