Rubik’s Cubes Brain Teaser/puzzle

The Rubik’s Cube is a 3-D combination puzzle invented in 1974 by a Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture named Erno Rubik. Initially, it was known as the Magic Cube, but later the puzzle cube was licensed to be sold and hence was renamed Rubik’s cube. Rubik cube won the best seller puzzle game award and today is one of the most popular puzzle games in the world, holding competitions at different levels.


There are different types of Rubik’s cubes starting from 2x2x2 (mini cube) up to 33 layers. The standard cube that everyone knows is a 3x3x3 cube. Each cube has a formula or algorithm to solve. Solving any Rubik cube needs concentration and dedication.

There were two kinds of exams, the 1st one is to know if you can solve cubes, and the second exam is of expert or master level, which is timer-based. It depends on how quickly you can solve a Rubik cube.
There are two types of cubes, Rubik’s cubes, and Speed cubes. A Rubik’s cube is to solve the cube. A speed cube is designed specifically for people who want to complete the puzzle as quickly as possible. The speed cube has a redesigned internal mechanism, allowing the puzzle pieces to move faster. You can purchase cubes as per your requirement.

Rubiks is the perfect learning activity for kids who always want some brain-racking. It also helps to improve concentration and memory. An activity to teach kids the concept of problem-solving and building patience. I felt that cubes help develop the thinking ability of the child.

Rubik cube is not only a puzzle game but will also help skill development in your child. A good, fun-solving puzzle game with many advantages.

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