Sloppy Cube is a cubic shapemod of Melty D, suggested by David Tzur. The dihedral angle between axes is 87 degrees. This makes the cube look sloppy, even though it is highly accurate, and all faces are identical. As analysed by Bram Cohen, Melty D is a fascinating puzzle to get scrambled. Modding it into a cube makes it a bit more accessible to the general cubing public.
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