A triangular Rubik's puzzle - but with some key differences! There are of 10 individual pieces, four joining sections, and four colourful sides that need to be solved. One of the features that make the Rubik's Triamid difficult for a first-time user is the fact that about one-third of the pieces' sides are hidden from view (they are inside of the Triamid). You will see many colors that aren't important to solving the puzzle. To solve the Rubik's Triamid, you must recognize which pieces are CORNERS and which pieces areEDGES. First, put the corners in their places and then solve the edges. Because of its versatility in moves, the Rubik's Triamid can be solved from any starting position.
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