Rubik’s Revolution

By |2017-11-25T02:10:41+00:00February 10th, 2007|All Puzzles, Rotational / Twisty Puzzles|3 Comments


Since Rubik’s Cube was introduced in 1980, it has sold nearly 300 million pieces, making it an obsession, not to mention a pop icon, recognized around the world. Rubik’s Revolution was designed to be the perfect complement to the original 3×3 cube. It was born from the spirit of the original, yet it provides a whole new take on cubing. It is about speed. It is about smarts. It is a challenge worthy of the Rubik’s name.

Rubik’s Revolution contains at least six built-in games that feature light, sound and voice effects with numerous ways to play and multiple levels waiting to be unlocked. Ideal for puzzle lovers from 5 to 105, the new electronic cube offers not only individual play, but also exciting multiplayer gaming. Its six core games include: Light Speed, Rapid Recharge, Pattern Panic, Cube Catcher, Code Cracker, and Multiplayer Madness.

Rubik’s Revolution is truly innovative. It’s rare that a follow-up can match or even surpass the original in respect to creativity, game play, and fun, but Techno Source has developed a product that achieves this feat. They’ve kept
the key ingredients in that it’s simple to play, but extremely challenging. Anyone with a competitive streak simply won’t be able to put it down. After more than 25 years, the Rubik’s Cube has remained the ultimate puzzle for all ages. This new addition to the Rubik’s lineup captures the essence of the original yet adds an exciting new spin.

Revolution puts a 21st Century Spin on the Classic, Rubik’s Revolution will be available at retail nationwide this summer at an M.S.R.P. of $19.99. For more information about the new cube and its various game options, visit

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  1. Rc Matt February 21, 2007 at 21:30

    I had a chance to play this last week at ToyFair. All 6 games are fun and challenging. You can also play with other cube owners.

    Anyone that wants to pre-order now can do so at

  2. Anonymous June 17, 2007 at 19:13

    Some of the games I don’t understand.. can someone leave a short paragraph about the objective of each of the games on the Rubik’s Revolution

  3. passionforpuzzles October 11, 2008 at 13:33

    You can find a short description of all six Rubik’s Revolution puzzle games via Rubik’s Revolution and select at the top of the screen “See The Six Games”.

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