## [solved] more advanced version of the rubic's cube sudoku

Notes on possible new logic puzzles

### [solved] more advanced version of the rubic's cube sudoku

My previous describtion was a bit off, that's why I deleted it, so nobody gets confused by it
Last edited by sekret on Fri Oct 21, 2016 7:51 pm, edited 3 times in total.
sekret

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### Re: sudoku on a cube built of 27 smaller cubes

Hi sekret and welcome to the forum.

Few questions
- What are the allowed operations over the small cubes? Is the rotation over any axis allowed? Does the orientation of the label matter? Is it possible to arrange a big cube having on the same surface, say, label "1" and next to it label "2" but rotated on 90 or 180 or 270 degrees?
- Is the central cube visible? Should every invisible internal plane of the big cube consist of labels 1-9 too?

Depending on the above details, some of the small cubes in your example can be considered equal, like these
19. cube: 1 4 7 1 4 7
22. cube: 4 7 1 4 7 1
25. cube: 7 1 4 7 1 4
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### Re: sudoku on a cube built of 27 smaller cubes

edited
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### Re: sudoku on a cube built of 27 smaller cubes

edited
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### Re: sudoku on a cube built of 27 smaller cubes

I think you should call it Rubik's Cube Sudoku.

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