Rubik’s Cube

Rubik’s Cube — invented by a Hungarian sculptor named Ernõ Rubik in 1974 — is a timeless twisting and turning puzzle of problem-solving and decision making that once even spawned it’s own cartoon, however creepy and uncomfortable as it may have been. For what seems like hundreds of years people have been continually stumped by the 3D puzzle on all seven continents. There’s even an episode of “Seinfeld” dedicated to it, further adding fuel to its immortal cult classic influence. And if you don’t know at least one person who “solved” it by pulling the pieces off and re-attaching them accordingly, or slyly peeled off and rearranged the stickers to make them seem like a genius then you didn’t have enough friends growing up.

Tristan Wilds is G tho…

7 Classic Puzzle Games Your Kid Won’t Put Down  was originally published on theurbandaily.com

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