Jings Pyraminx


Jings Pyraminx is closely related to the Pyraminx. Like the Pyraminx, it is a face/vertex-turning tetrahedron puzzle, but it is cut differently. There are no trivial corners, which is nice, and each face has a centre piece — a genuine centre piece that doesn’t touch any edges. In terms of solving algorithms, Jing’s Pyraminx seems to me to bridge the gap between the Pyraminx and the Skewb.