The Pyraminx is a regular tetrahedron puzzle, similar to Rubik’s cube. It was created by Uwe Meffert and launched in 1981 by the Japanese company Tomy Toys (then the third largest toy company in the world).
Orientation of Pyraminx:
This puzzle is in the shape of 4 axial pieces, 6 edge pieces, and 4 trivial tips. The pieces can be permuted by twisting along the cuts. The axial pieces are octahedral in shape, but you can only rotate around the axis they are attached to.
Pyraminx Records :
The first official Pyraminx WCA (World Cube Association) competition was held in 2003 and won by Andy Bellenir, who solved the puzzle in approximately 14.09 seconds.