My MoYu Puppet 2 has had a few small cubes disassembled and I've put them back more or less randomly. Specifically, I merely made sure that the resulting configuration remains solvable as if it was a classical Rubik's Cube (I used an app to ensure that). So:

  • Knowing that this only happened to the small cubes, not the big corners, and the resulting configuration is valid for a 3x3 Rubik's Cube, am I guaranteed that I'll be able to solve the Puppet 2?

  • More generally, is any valid configuration for a Rubik's Cube also valid for a Puppet 2? (Equivalently, is the number of configurations the same for both and is this merely a matter of the size of the formulas to obtain these configurations?)

  • $\begingroup$ Welcome to Puzzling Stack Exchange! What is Puppet 2? $\endgroup$ Sep 10 at 20:02
  • $\begingroup$ it is similar to a Rubik's cube except that corners are larger than sides, which makes some moves infeasible : cubezz.com/… $\endgroup$
    – nbonneel
    Sep 10 at 23:04


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