Message #3108

From: Melinda Green <>
Subject: Re: [MC4D] Introduction
Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2015 15:28:34 -0700

Hello Victor,

Thanks for your introduction and story, and congratulations for your
achievement! Any way someone solves the cube is a big achievement though
it’s especially nice when people figure out the algorithms on their own.

Have you solved any of the other puzzles supported by MC4D or those from
other members in our group?

What other things to you enjoy?


On 4/24/2015 11:35 AM, [4D_Cubing] wrote:
> Hello!
> My name is Victor, i’m 24 years old, last year student at ESCOM in
> Mexico city and studing for Computer Systems. I like play videogames,
> read and solve puzzles and i’m currently working at ESCOM programming
> Web Aplications.
> I solved the rubick puzzle some months ago and started solving other
> similar puzzles, then i saw a video about the Magic Cube 4D, for
> solving it, i first try to do it by "layers" and i solved the first
> cube but then i
> could go no further without scramble the first cube so i decided to
> solve the puzzle by kind of pieces (centers, edges and corners) but
> while solving the centers i had probles with the last cube, then i
> watched another video (from the same author of the other) about how to
> make your own algorithms to solve any rubick like puzzle and i used
> what i learned to solve the hipercube, to my surprise, i realized some
> of the algorithms i constructed where like the ones i did on my first
> try but at half.
> Thank you for inviting me to the community