36 Cube – Puzzle Game

By | 2018-05-06T03:12:14+00:00 November 23rd, 2008|All Puzzles, Sudoku Puzzles|1 Comment

36 Cube is a new puzzle game by world famous game maker Thinkfun. 36 Cube is the brainchild of Dr. Derrick Niederman, an MIT Ph.D. who develops puzzles for fun. He came up with the idea while writing a book on whole numbers, after unearthing a mathematical supposition from the 18th century.

36 Cube is an innocent-looking puzzle with a challenging solve-ability factor. Simply snap 36 boldly-colored plastic tower pieces, six each of six colors, into a square base with 36 welcoming receptacles. Make sure the finished puzzle forms a perfect cube, each color appearing only once in each row and column, all the same height.

I would compare 36 Cube with a kind of 3D Color Sudoku, as in each row or column each color is only allowed once and then you have as an extra the height of each color which just makes it very difficult when solving large game grid. I would also like one enhancement for the online 36 cube game, and that is adding the number of the height of pieces you drag onto the game grid.

Buy 36 Cube from Amazon.com. Happy Puzzling!

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  1. passionforpuzzles December 4, 2008 at 17:12

    Need a fun challenge to beat the winter doldrums? ThinkFun, Inc., a leader in educational games, today announced a way to entertain and challenge minds while giving back to schools with the 36 CUBE Contest. The first 36 puzzlers who can demonstrate they solved the 36 CUBE puzzle correctly will win a ThinkFun Game Club Kit for the school of their choice — and have the glory of solving what is quite possibly the world’s most challenging puzzle.
    The contest begins December 2 and ends December 31, 2008. Entrants must prove they solved the 36 CUBE by submitting two photos — one showing the completed top of the puzzle and another showing a completed side of the same puzzle. The first 36 people to do so will be named winners, receiving a ThinkFun Game Club Kit to be donated to the school of their choice. Each Game Club Kit has an approximate retail value of $360.00 and is comprised of an assortment of problem-solving games and puzzles that bring fun and learning to the classroom.
    “With the 36 CUBE Contest, contestants are not only able to show off their problem-solving skills, they also have the chance to give back to schools in an exciting and unique way,” said Bill Ritchie, CEO and Founder of ThinkFun, Inc. “This contest embodies our mission to challenge kids and adults to become better thinkers, and to develop the deduction skills that they can carry with them throughout life.”

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