Melts of 3-dimensional dendritic beads-springs, namely coarse-grained soft-clusters, are studied by molecular dynamics simulations. The goal is to elucidate the unique dynamics of giant molecules, and generally speaking, 3-dimensional architectured polymers. When constituted by more than the critical number around 200 beads, soft-clusters cannot diffuse or relax far above their glass transition temperature, although relaxation can happen on the level of beads. Each soft-cluster can only rotate in the cage formed by neighboring soft-clusters. Such a non-diffusing state would transform to the liquid state at exceptionally high temperature, e.g. 10 times the glass transition temperature. Agreeing with experiments, 3D hierarchies lead to unique dynamics, especially their divergent relaxation times with the number of beads. These unique dynamics are in sharp contrast with 1-dimensional chain-like polymers. We name such a special state as ‘cooperative glass’, because of the ‘cooperation’ of the 3D-connected beads. The design of soft-clusters may also resemble cooperative rearranging regions where cooperativeness is contributed by the low temperature, thus offer further insights into the glass problem.