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Amazing Moving Cube

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How to make an Amazing Moving Cube, a 2010 tutorial by Brusspup, who we’ve seen here before. And if you can’t find wooden cubes, paper cubes will most likely work, too

Other cubes: Aqua Dice. And more how tos

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