The QiYi MoFangGe Clover Cube Plus is a variant of the curvy copter designed by Yukang Wu. The clover cube shape shifts when scrambled in a certain way, which increases its difficulty and makes solving it a unique challenge. The puzzle has many intricate parts, but it has been designed to turn very well right out of the box. The Clover Cube Plus is also capable of performing 2x2 turns.
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Please note that some new cubes when being used for the first few times may experience what is termed a "pop". This is when one or more parts of a puzzle pop out without any damage actually being done to any of the pieces. This also occurs from time to time during normal usage. Pops are typically not considered a defect if the parts which come off can be reassembled by hand.
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As someone who spent years avoiding jumbling puzzles, this was the one that finally convinced me that it wasn't that scary. The puzzle is a combination of a Curvy Copter without corners, and a regular 2x2, and there are additional dyed internal pieces on the stickerless version that can be used as corners for an added challenge (although they're hidden in cubic form, so aren't necessary to solve. Because the 2x2 turns are an added feature, it can also just be solved as a regular Clover Cube, which adds its own challenges. Overall, this puzzle is super fun, and I highly recommend it to anyone looking to overcome their fear of jumbling!
PROS: Very well made, very fun, and can be solved as either a Clover Cube or a Clover Cube Plus.
CONS: None! The only thing to keep in mind is that while it's smooth-turning, it's not built for a speedsolve; it can be solved quickly, but attempting to solve it super fast may occasionally result in a pop.
This is a great, fun, challenge. I'd recommend it to anyone who has mastered the Clover Cube. The cube turns well and the 2x2 and edge-turning Clover moves rarely lock up despite how many moving parts there are. It does get more finicky if you try to do jumble moves, but I found that if you set it on a table when you get to that stage it helps keep everything in alignment for jumble moves.
This is part of my top 5 favorite puzzles. Looks great, turns great, and built well. The combination of edge turning moves and 2x2 moves creates a delightful array of possibilities making this really fun to solve.
I do enjoy solving this puzzle. However, because it's so difficult to turn based on the alignment of all the pieces, it can make the puzzle a little boring to solve, and if you're not careful, the stickers will end up peeling (unless you get the stickerless version). Other than that, it's a very nice puzzle to add to the collection. Thanks to TheCubicle for selling it, and to QiYi for the mass production...
the puzzle turns great and you can tell its of high quality. one issue however is that I ordered the cube in black a received one that was stickerless. Its not a huge deal but it deffinitely bothers me they gave me the wrong one
Turns very smoothly out of the box, though alignment is sometimes difficult because of the many axes of rotation. Whatever you do, DO NOT take apart the inner 3x3; the inner corners are not rounded to reveal the screws, and I had to sand them down to get it back together.