Message #430

From: zzzonked90 <>
Subject: Re: Q about 4^3 instead of 3^4
Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2007 13:28:27 -0000

Try Dan Harris’ CubeStation at
The link to the solution is somewhere in the left column.
Happy solving (:

Oh here’s a suggestion from me: once you can solve the Revenge, try
the Professor’s on your own without referring to Internet or book
solutions, you’d be surprised that you can solve it only with 3^3 and
4^3 methods, that’s what I did anyway. Took me 40 minutes to solve it
right after I bought it. There’s a GREAT sense of achievement after
solving it all by your own (:

— In, "Jesse Thompson" <jesset@…> wrote:
> Yep, back here in terestrial land I just bought me up a Rubik’s
Revenge. ;)
> Does anyone know if there is a solution guide for this somewhere
online, for
> the plus yellow coloring? All the solution guides I can find are for
> white/blue coloring. While I know the concepts would still work I
need me
> some illustrations to understand what they are on about and without the
> solid signposts of accurate color I’m pretty lost.
> Before I bust out photoshop and start color replacing someone’s
> illustrations, I’m just wondering if such a thing already exists. ;)
> It is embarrasing to be able to solve a greater percentage of a 3^4 cube
> (~80%) than a 4^3 (45%) :P
> Thanks ;]
> - - Jesse