Rubiks Cube

  • I Dare You Not To Spend Your Entire Day Playing The Rubik’s Cube Google Doodle

    I Dare You Not To Spend Your Entire Day Playing The Rubik’s Cube Google Doodle

    The Rubik’s Cube, both a torture and a delight to many of us, today celebrates its 40th birthday, and Google has joined in with an interactive Rubik’s Cube Google doodle. I’ve already spent about 15 minutes playing around with it, so before you type in “” to your browser just take a moment to prioritize the tasks of the day. Otherwise… Read More

  • New Japanese Piggy Bank: Rubik’s Cube Bank Requires Brain Power

    It’s been a long time since we last blogged about a Japanese piggy bank. But now we can show you the so-called Rubik’s Cube Bank [JP], which is made by Tokyo-based toy maker MegaHouse. As you can probably guess, this piggy bank requires brain power to save and get out money. Read More

  • Rubik’s Slide offers 10,000 puzzles

    I don’t want to be a Fussy Freddy here but these new digital Rubik’s Cubes make it impossible to peel off the stickers and rearrange them. So what you’re left with is the insurmountable task of actually completing the puzzles yourself. Some people like that, though. Read More

  • Rubik's Cube: Celebrating 30 years of frustration

    I have a confession to make. I’ve never been able to solve a Rubik’s cube. I had a solved one in my office for years, but its one I bought at the store, removed from the package, and put on the shelf. Everything was fine until my son got hold of it, and jumbled it up for me. Read More

  • Video: Kid solves two Rubik's Cubes while playing Guitar Hero

    Get right the hell outta town with this one. The kid in the above video plays Ozzy Osbourne’s Mr. Crowly on Expert mode in Guitar Hero, using his right elbow to work the strum bar while his right hand solves not one, but two Rubik’s Cubes. And if that wasn’t difficult enough, he plays with his back facing the game, using a mirror for some reason. Chalk this one up to a skill… Read More

  • Rubik's Cube salt and pepper shakers for some nice dinnertime frustration

    If you’re the type of person who can complete a Rubik’s Cube without peeling off all the stickers, then I salute you. Perhaps you’d enjoy some Rubik’s Cube salt and pepper shakers with your fancy steak that you bought with the money you won from the latest citywide Rubik’s Cube Solving Contest. Read More

  • New Rubik’s game coming, no easy way to cheat due to lack of stickers

    The inventor of the Rubik’s Cube is set to unveil his newest creation, Rubik’s 360, later this week. An early look at the new game shows no discernable stickers that can be peeled off and rearranged, meaning I’ll definitely never be able to solve it. Read More

  • Unsolvable subwoofer inspired by Rubik’s cube

    Like the Rubik’s Cube, do you? Also like booty-thumping bass in your face? Then you, my friend, are the ideal marketing segment for Elac, maker of the Rubik’s Cube-inspired MicroSub 2010 BT subwoofer. It’s not as huge as it looks in the above photo, unless the lady in the photo on the right has serious issues with her pituitary gland. She’s holding the standard… Read More

  • New Rubik's Cube Tinier and Easier than Nicole Ritchie

    When I was a kid, we didn’t have a lot of money. As a consequence of this, when there was a highly popular ’80s toy I wanted, I would get the cheap discount store knock off. I have fond memories of my Megatorn and Optimas Prame action figures, not to mention Ha-Men and Skullater. I also had the not-quite-Rubik’s cubes. My favorite was a pyramid that wasn’t so much a… Read More

  • Mario Trades in 'Shrooms for Smarts

    At $17, the Super Mario Bros. Rubik’s cube is a good companion to those Mario-themed stress relievers I posted about last week. After all, if you ever become frustrated with a puzzle cube, you can just go over and squeeze on some soft foam! The six sides of the cube feature Mario, Luigi, Goomba, Bowser, Koopa Troopa, and the Question Mark block. Why Princess Toadstool, Yoshi and Toad… Read More