Now via Valentine Crush you can play online a Valentine’s version of Samegame called Valentine Crush. And as they say at Valentine Crush, this puzzle is a puzzle/strategy game for everyone! It’s easy to play, and quite addictive. Happy Puzzling!
A fully functional, reproduction of a Rubik’s Cube, hand cast in white bronze. It was cast in such a way as to have even shrinkage, but an unstable and rough surface.
After being cast in bronze, and assembled, it was treated by being buried in a mixture of dirt, various acids and salts, inside of a hand made birch box designed to keep the environment moist, but also to allow some passage of air and water, for about a year.
Marshallastor completed this piece in college, in 1999. He just finally got around to properly photographing it. A long winded [Read More...]
Still looking for a present for Valentine than Party City has a Rubik’s Cube in Valentine colors and six different love symbols for you.
Okay it is a smaller version of the original Rubik’s Cube, but it is the thought that counts. Happy Puzzling!
Dror Vomberg made a pure paper cube fully functional Rubik’s cube completely from paper, although it is not the first twisty puzzle build from paper a card-box Dino cube by Robert Webb was the first twisty puzzle from paper. But a fully working paper Rubik’s Cube is quite unique.
Dror is a specialist in blindfolded solving the 3x3x3, 4x4x4 and 5x5x5 Rubik’s cube, and he combined his hobby Rubik’s cube and paper sculpturing to make this fully functional paper Rubik’s cube. Via Flying-pig. Happy Puzzling!
Who will ever think about combining Rubik’s Cube and a MP3 Player, well Hee Yong did.
The Rubik’s Cube MP3 player got all the functionalities of an MP3 player and a Rubik’s Cube. But first before you can operate the MP3 player, you have to turn and align it in certain ways and to turn it off you have to complete the puzzle.
I think Speedcubing is essential in this case. Via Yanko Design. Happy Puzzling!
The World Rubik’s Cube Championship 2007 will take place on October 5th, 6th and 7th of 2007 in Budapest, Hungary.
More information will be published the coming weeks at the World Cube Association website (rate for competition hotel etc,). Registration will be on Friday and early Saturday morning. Happy Puzzling!
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Have you ever solved a Rubik’s Cube puzzle? Thought not. Bet you know someone who has, though, right? Everybody seems to when you mention the Rubik’s Cube, the cultural gimmick / icon of the 1980′s.
Thankfully it’s not an issue that you’re likely to encounter with Rubik’s Bloxx Twister, which bears a closer resemblance to classic puzzlers like Tetris or Lumines than it does its cuboid forebear.
Set in what is now a familiar collection of screen furniture, the playing area slowly fills with colored blocks. But rather than dropping in from the top of the screen, a la Tetris, [Read More...]