Yah, there's different styles of cube.

A tower of the four main variations of the Rubik's Cube.

The 3x3 Cube

This is the classic cube. You know it, you love it, you came to this site in hopes of solving it, but it's not the most difficult cube to solve. Altough, it's not the easiest either.

The 4x4 Cube

It's bigger, it's badder, it was once known as Rubik's Revenge. This cube has more pieces to move and provides a decent challenge to someone who's grown tired of dealing with the classic 3x3. This cube is tough, but there's a tougher one.

The 5x5 Cube

It's Godzilla! In cube form! With shifting pieces! And bearing absolutely no resemblance to Godzila! Still, this monster is scary to look at. The 5x5 has way to many pieces. This cube actually has so many pieces that it's pretty unstable (Rubik's Cubes fall apart more easily as they increase in size.) If you can solve this beast, you have far to much time on your hands.


Down a peg in the cube size war, the Mini-Cube is a 2x2 Rubik's Cube. It's easier to solve than its bigger brothers, but don't short change it. The last few moves for solving the Mini-Cube can be as challenging as the 3x3's final steps.

The Masterpiece Cube.

The Masterpiece Cube

Essentialy a very valuable 3x3 Rubik's Cube, the Masterpiece Cube is fully functional, made of 185 carat solid gold and covered in colored jewels. It was made by Diamond Cutters International to celebrate the Rubik's Cube's 15th birthday. And no, you can't peel off the jewels and place them in the proper spots.