They are saying dynamites come in small packages and true to that statement because sometimes judging the book by its cover can be a huge blow in the long run. Imagine taking for granted a small and simple Rubik’s Cube
but tough to crack and figure it out puzzle that will require you to have the massive amount of concentration and excessive strategy to effectively master it ultimately. This addictive puzzle was invented roundabout in 1974 at an Asian country called Hungary by the so called admirer of geometry and 3-D forms by the name of Ermo Rubik. And the funny thing about this small brainteaser puzzle is that most of the know-how experts in their chosen fields hold the notion that this puzzle has a stimulating effect that is quite beneficial for your brain to function under rapid and regular concentration. And for that they are giving it a thumb up because it has positive effect for mental stimulation and regular concentration.
for tutorial’s sake and for people who were not exposed to this puzzle game, the playing of it simple and the formula for mastering this puzzle depends on how you strategize your blocks and manoeuvre them into the same colours. Or for substantial sake the faces of the cube are covered by nine stickers in six solid colours (one for each 2.25" side); when the puzzle
is solved, each face is one solid colour. Then you realize as you turn the rows and columns and see all the colours flash by that there are 43 quintillion possible pattern combinations (that’s 43 million millions), but just one right one.
This Rubik’s Cube has reflective red, white, blue, yellow, green, and orange coloured stickers with an official twenty-fifth anniversary sticker in the centre white square. The cube is packaged in a clear hexagon box and includes a black display stand. There is also a solutions hint and game suggestion book, just in case you encounter some bit of hint. But for the cubaholics it will be a sure-fire thing and an all systems go to start cubing from the start.
Date Added: 07 September 2010 16:08:00