Message #4206

From: Joel Karlsson <>
Subject: Re: [MC4D] Re: Possible MagicCube4D Guide
Date: Thu, 01 Aug 2019 21:12:24 +0200

Great initiative! In my opinion, 2 would be the most interesting but 1 and
an introduction to how the puzzle works, like Mannessah suggested, would be
awesome too!

Best regards,

Den tors 1 aug. 2019 [4D_Cubing] <> skrev:

> Would love to see it Alvin!
> I like the idea of more tutorials for 4d cubing since there’s very few
> youtube videos on the subject.
> I think a video on the Sheerin-zhao method would be great for getting
> people already used to 3d cfop into 4d cubing since it’s easier to
> understand the method, also it’s sort of the method I use.
> RKT is also pretty vital for all 4d (and higher) puzzles and I find it
> really Elegent, so if people wanted to understand and solve these puzzles
> it would be good for them to understand things like that.
> I know when I first tried to learn I tried to follow roice’s tutorial and
> got very confused, so maybe a video would make things easier for beginners
> to understand.
> Even a video just explaining how the cube turns and how the pieces work
> would be useful for beginners, I think that was the thing that’s the most
> difficult to grasp when you’re first messing with the 3^4. Once you
> understand how it works it becomes a lot easier to solve.
> Mannessah