For all Rubik Cube lovers who want to learn to solve Rubik’s Cube Blind-folded (or with your eyes wide open) there is a website dedicated on how to do this.
Michael Curtis is working out a method on how to solve Rubik’s Cube blind-folded. You can find some nice tips and tricks on solving Rubik’s Cube. Even if you not want to learn solving Rubik’s Cube blind-folded this site is really helpful to learn some solving methods. Michael gives an overview of how to use memory techniques and all stages of study needed so that you can do the cube [Read More...]
At a Dutch website called Mega Gadgets I found an announcement for a new puzzle.
For everybody who played with Rubik’s Cube when they were young there is a new and more difficult challenge called Im-Puzzle-Ball.
The Im-Puzzle-Ball is as the name suggest almost impossible to solve. The object of this 3D maze puzzle is to move two balls from one side (entrance) to the other side (exit).
Therefor you have to rotate the Im-Puzzle-Ball which consist of 26 rooms. A ball can only move from one room to another room is the colors of both “doors” [Read More...]
When I find some interesting video’s about Rubik’s Cube I’ll post them here on our puzzle weblog.
But now for the real Rubik Cube lovers there is a website dedicated to Rubik’s Cube Video’s. You can find there speed cubing video’s and how to solve Rubik’s Cube video’s. There a not a lot of video’s but I’m sure this website will grow and can become special when they start to host their own video’s.
By the way, all video’s come from sites like YouTube and Google Video so you can also do a Rubik search at one [Read More...]
A few months ago I already wrote an article about the Illuminated Rubik’s Cube Speaker System.
Just plug this 110 mm-tall (4 inch) decorative puzzle into your iPod and watch the 27 light patterns sparkle to the beat. Or, if silence is your preferred modality, you can simply watch it glow. The speakers will be released only in Japan.
Hands-On Mobile (formally known as mForma) has announced the North American debut of licensed puzzle game Lego Bricks. In Bricks gamers are tasked with the tried and true puzzle set-up – rotate and match colored Lego bricks in vertical and horizontal rows of three or more to make them disappear.
The game is just one aspect of the company’s extensive use of the Lego brand, which also includes Lego World Soccer, released in August of this year and developed by Danish mobile studio Kiloo.
Hands-On also noted that it is supporting the product with a cross-medium marketing push that encompasses [Read More...]
He got the idea after recently picking up some Rubik’s Cubes. He thought it might be be able to create a cube out of simple cubes with embedded magnets. He drew up some plans, figured out polarities, and realized that it could actually work. He set about finding some acrylic cubes from Tap Plastics, and some neodymium disc magnets from K&J; Magnetics. While they were in shipment, he mocked up a version [Read More...]
Two days ago I published an item about Will Smith solving Rubik’s Cube.
Today at Speedcubing dot com I also found a link to a part of the Oprah Winfrey Show (22 Nov 2006) in which Will Smith is guest to talk about his latest movie The Pursuit of Happiness. At around 8m30s Will Smith starts to solve Rubik’s Cube.
At You Tube there are more parts online of this Oprah Show. Part 1,2 and 3 are about Will Smith and part 4 and 5 is about Chris [Read More...]