Denny's solution for solving the Rubik's Revenge (4x4x4 cube)

Mirrored by Matthew Monroe from the now missing pages at

Welcome to the Rubik's Revenge Solution Guide. If you happen to have a Rubik's Revenge tucked away somewhere, pull it out, dust it off and prepare to actually solve it once and for all.

The Rubik's Revenge hit the market in 1982, following in the footsteps of the Rubik's Pocket Cube and Rubik's Cube. It's popularity was not as intense as the Standard Rubik's Cube, but that may have been the failing of a over saturated market. It seemed like everyone had a Rubik's Cube or one it the many Copy-Cat versions. I don't think anyone attempted to copy the Revenge, since I have only seen Real ones over the last 15 years, nor are they available anymore.

This site is an attempt to give you a completely graphical solution and because of that there are lots of GIF images throughout these pages. I have split this site into more individual pages than I originally planned, solely for your benefit, since the more images I have on each page, the longer it will take to display in your browser.

I have included a Terminology page so that you can familiarize yourself with the all the symbols you will see on these pages. For those who are familiar with solving the Rubik's Cube or Pocket Cube, you may choose to skip the Terminology section since the terms will undoubtedly already make sense.

When you are ready, proceed to the Top Corners.

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This site was created on 3/1/1997 by Denny; e-mail at (no longer valid)