Professor's Cube Solver 5x5x5 - Exclusive to Grubiks!

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It's finally here - Rubik's Professor's Cube Solver (5x5x5)!

You guys have repeatedly requested that we make a Rubik's Cube 5x5x5 Solver so we decided to give it a try. We are proud to present the world's FIRST and ONLY online Professor's Cube Solver. This is still an early version so we will appreciate your feedback.

The Rubik's Professor's Cube (5x5x5) has about 283 trevigintillion different possible combinations. We know you've never heard of "trevigintillion" but trust us it's a LOT - way more than the original Rubik's Cube's 43 quintillion possible combinations.

Like our Rubik's Revenge Solver (4x4x4), this solver was programmed to use the "reduction method" - meaning it will solve the centers and edge pieces first, then solve the rest of the puzzle as if it was a normal Rubik's Cube (3x3x3). Note that this is by no means an optimal solver and will take around 100 moves to solve a random combination. We know it's a lot but if you want your puzzle solved you'll have to put in the time to paint the 3D model and follow the step by step solving instructions.

Use the color palette to paint the cube - select a color by clicking or tapping it, then click or tap the tiles you want to use the selected color for. Drag or swipe the cube to rotate it. When finished hit the "Solve" button and the step by step guide for solving your Professor's Cube 5x5x5 will be displayed to you.

Please be patient as it may take up to 10 seconds for our solver to find the solution.


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Nathan

Nathan

This was amazing! I've struggled with solving a 5x5x5 watching videos and such but this really helped me with the algorithms and now I can solve it on my own
Dustyn

Dustyn

So last Christmas I lost interest in Rubik’s cubes, but I just found my collection and tried to figure out how to solve them again. I couldn’t figure it out so I looked up a tutorial and came here, I solved my 3by3 4by4 and 5by5 with this!
Natasha

Natasha

This is the coolest thing I have ever found. I normally do the 5x5 but it’s been a while. I got stuck so I tried this and found it worked and I saw a different way then what I would have normally done it. Thank you.
Griffin

Griffin

Hello! I recently scrambled a 5x5x5 for fun and then ran into a bit of trouble solving it. I recalled using your mini cube (2x2x2) solver for fun one other time, so I decided to give your 5x5x5 solver a try! It worked flawlessly and was able to solve my cube. Very well done, keep up the great work! Thank you for this wonderful solving program! Stay safe during this hectic time

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