The Lefun MoYan I is an intricate 5-layered puzzle with 12 sides. It features a black stickered, and a stickerless bright design.
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It is a fun easy cube solved like 5x5 centers. It has a mild turning problem.
Difficulty: 4.5/10 (stickered), 3/10 (stickerless)
OVERVIEW: Simply put, the two versions of this puzzle equate to the centers of a 5x5, although the stickered version is a more challenging solve (explained below). The solve is fun and is a unique twist (pun intended) on techniques most of us already know, but unfortunately, the alignment and design of the puzzle make moves difficult. Pieces will sometimes get stuck mid-algorithm, and re-aligning them can cause you to forget your place in the solve, and have to redo work you've already done. The pieces are hollow, and feel very cheap, even for a $7 puzzle, as Lefun has other puzzles with a much higher quality.
As far as their differences, the STICKERLESS version is the equivalent of normal 5x5 centers, where any corner or middle center piece of the same color can be interchanged, and the STICKERED version is the equivalent of a 5x5 supercube, where all corner center pieces have a specific orientation. This means that the stickered version is a more challenging solve. I personally enjoyed the supercube center solve, although I've had to start solves over multiple times due to having to stop mid-algorithm. Overall, I wish that a higher quality version would be produced, as it's a few steps shy of being a great puzzle.
PROS: Fun solve that requires a little thinking and planning, but only takes about 5 minutes. Fun to pick up and play. The stickered version's 12-color scheme is nice.
CONS: Lockups and misalignment make it frustrating to solve. Additionally, the stickerless version is much easier to solve due to the corner center pieces being interchangable.
If you want a really easy puzzle, get the stickerless one. If you want more of a challenge, get the stickered one. Stickerless turns pretty well.
I enjoyed playing around with this puzzle and trying to solve it, especially since it's a lesser-talked-about one and as such doesn't have a lot of high quality tutorials, but it's not without its flaws. The centers are VERY loose, which is good if you're an experienced cuber, but otherwise leads to a lot of problems with alignment and jamming. I've definitely had issues where I've inadvertantly ruined an algorithm because I turned the back piece by mistake. Still though, if you can get past that, it's plenty of fun and a unique challenge for those who've never stepped outside the cube/minx comfort zone.
Turns like a 3x3 with independently-turning centers. Simple enough to solve if you can figure out a commutator or two. Has a nice scratchy feel. I got the stickered version per everyone's recommendation. It's fun to turn and solve. For $7, it's awesome!
This is a cool puzzle. It's like solving the centers of a 5x5, without the edges or corners. It turns relatively okay for its unique design.
I got the stickerless version of this puzzle and keep in mind that the stickered one has a completely different color scheme making for a different solve. Also I was very dissapointed in the quality of the stickerless one. It turned fine but the plastic felt cheap even compared to other Lefun puzzles and the pieces are hollow and when you turn turn a face 45 degrees you can see the inside which just makes it feel cheap. From what I can see, the stickered one is not like this but I do not know. I would recommend the stickered one solely for the more interesting color scheme. The stickerless one is basically just 5x5 centers.
This puzzle is very fun to try to solve on your own. For the cheap price, this puzzle is fine. The inside of the puzzle is shown, making for your own opinion. You either like it or you don’t... I don’t. The turning of the faces are nice, but the main turning is quite sandy. Ive also noticed that during the main axis turning, the face turning will still and will kind of twist in your hand.
This puzzle was pretty good and provided a fun challenge. It turned well although it did feel a little cheap. Then one day it popped into many tiny pieces. I'm not going to even bother trying to reassemble it. It was fun while it lasted, lol
This puzzle (the stickered version) is one of two puzzles I have (and I have more than a few) where someone who knows something about color was paying attention to the hues, saturations, and values. In general, almost all available cubes have uninformed, unpleasant colors, especially because of the heavy greens (hardly ever a good idea) and the sheer ickyness when a yellow touches a red. This one has a distinctive mood and some great juxtapositions, many that only come up when it's in its unsolved state. It's a shame we don't know who designed the stickering, but maybe we'll find out sometime. This makes it a great display item. But it's also good conceptually. So much bang for the buck! Recommended.