Launched internationally in 1980, it has been around for over 40 years and turned into countless variations, so you might think that there are many further challenges left for this classic puzzle. But you would be wrong: MegaHouse is licensed to make its own variations of the Rubik's Cube and has reached new heights of difficulty with the aptly named Rubik's Cube Impossible. Because now each puzzle must be solved in two different ways – simultaneously!
The trick lies in the material used to paint the tiles: it's iridescent, which means that depending on how you look at it, it can be two different colors. To solve the puzzle, you need to find a way that works for both colors and this is where the "impossible" part comes in! Of course, a solution does exists but even veterans of the Rubik wars will need to work especially hard to find it. Do you feel you are up to the challenge?
Specs and Features:
- Dimensions: 57 x 57 x 57 mm (2.2 x 2.2. x 2.2")
- Tiles per side: 3 x 3
- Iridescent color tiles
- 2 different colors depending on the angle
- For ages: 8 and over