Message #523

From: spel_werdz_rite <>
Subject: Re: Did I Hear MC6D??
Date: Sat, 24 May 2008 15:08:19 -0000

The problem a 6D puzzle is positioning. If you notice in the 5D cube,
the U and V faces all lie in a fixed point. However if you were to dig
into the details of dimensional analysis, they should technically be
able to move about space as freely as the X,Y, and Z faces. Adding two
new faces on the next dimension would cause a confusing image if done
the same way the 5D cube was done. This is in no way a criticism of
MC5D because it’s not so bad with 4 faces in one place. Sure one could
consider hiding faces as done in MC5D, but I for one feel it would
just be a little frustrating in 6-dimensions. Plus, every face would
have a 3x3 square arranges in a 3x3x3 array. That would be nasty, yes?
However I do feel that if some kinks were worked out, it would be a
very fun puzzle!