One thing I really like to do is work on my rubiks cube...and I just found a really awesome rubiks cube program in full 3d for the computer. check it out! its awesome!
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I love rubiks, got the 2x2 the 3x3 and the 4x4 (which btw is dissapointingly easy).
My favourite puzzle is a dedecahedron took me a full week of fiddling to solve that one
" *Gasps* Rubiks!!! "
Last edited by civix; 07-30-2002 at 09:51 PM.
Would those be "rubik squares?" I don't recall hearing about them. In any event, I am horrible at rubiks. Maybe has something to do with being in the second percentile for visualization skills...I'm kinda proud of that. Makes me distinctive.I love rubiks, got the 2x2 the 3x3 and the 4x4 (which btw is dissapointingly easy).
Turn no more aside and brood
Upon love's bitter mysteries
For Fergus rules the brazen cars...
I still have the ORIGINAL official soultion book, on how to solve the cube. Now that WAS hard, reading the book while turning the cube!
U1,L3,R4 blah blah.
Tell you what though...it always solved the cube!
Such is life.
I can solve the 3x3x3 in 2 minutes. Not bad.
Have you tried the professor's cube? It's the 5x5x5 one. Tell me if it's worth buying or not.
have you ever seen one of the weird shaped pentagonal ones, or one of the spherical ones?
I want to try one of the spherical ones...
There is also a type of rubiks cube that I just found out...I think it is called "black out"...you try to get all black...and then you try to solve it like the original cube...but you dont move it like the standard 3x3x3...you move it in odd ways...