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There are five regular polyhedra: a tetrahedron, an octahedron, a cube (also known as a hexahedron), a dodecahedron, and an icosahedron:

It is not often possible to encounter polyhedra outside of math textbooks. Even though such geometric shapes as a cube, a prism, and a cylinder are found on a daily basis, the Truncated Octahedron and Small Stellated Dodecahedron would never be seen.

Thankfully, the creators of the computer game **Color Bump 3D** built all the action around geometric solids, including using stellated polyhedra

Semi-regular polyhedra are several groups of polyhedra:

2. Catalan solids;

3. Prisms consisting of regular polygons;

4. Antiprisms, consisting of regular polygons.

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