I knew this guy in college who could take any scrambled up Rubik’s cube and solve it in a matter of minutes, sometimes, even seconds. He taught me the techniques and all that, but my Rubik’s solving time still stands at somewhere around the five […]
If Junior wants to get into the gaming scene, then by all means let him. If anyone you know is interested in starting out on solving Rubik’s cubes, then it might not be a very good idea to start them off with the Scruble Cube […]
If you love giving your Rubik’s Cube a spin once in a while to check if you can still hold up to the record time you once set, then you’ll also love having this Rubik’s Cube Speaker on your desk to crank out your tunes […]
Given up on trying to solve the original Rubik’s cube? Try this one instead. It only takes a simple twist to jump between the built-in features.
If you took the classic Rubik’s Cube mechanical puzzle and changed it into the shape of a ball, you’d get something that looked much like this 3-D IQ Sphere.
Since the Pac-Man Chair is only a prototype so far, this colorful Rubik’s cube hassock will be a great alternative if you want a retro playful piece of furniture to rest your tired legs in.
Dream Country shows you how to make your own Rubik’s Cube cake. (Via Makezine)
The 2×2 Cube Puzzle ($2.6) is a mini version of the Rubik’s Cube, intended to hang as a little geek jewelry in you mobile phone. Here you’ll have only four squares per side, instead of the original 3×3 setup. (Via Tokyomango)