I know one that there was a similar one called "glitch".
If possible, could you also provide notations/a video tutorial for making it as well.
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This (and many many other permutation puzzles) is easy to solve once you understand how to use commutators and conjugates. In this case, we need only 1 setup move and a 8-move commutator (2 of which are slice turns), which amount to 10 moves under slice-turn metric and 12 under face-turn metric:
F ( U' M2 U ) R ( U' M2 U ) R' F'. (The commutator is the middle 4 blocks.)
Of course, to set it up, just undo the sequence. This is superior to rhkoulen's solution under any of the usual metrics.
Used a solver to brute force this, but user21820 has since come up with a better solution...
D' F2 L2 U' L2 D F2 U' R' B U B' U R U2 R U
If you care, I found the "Glitch" as well.
It can be achieved with:
F' L' B' R' U' R B L F U
There are also a few YouTube tutorials for this if you can't read notation.