How To Crack The Magic Cube
Rubik's Cube, Rubik's Cube, Google Doodle Google brings a doodle on the anniversary of the invention of the magic cube. The magic cube has made millions of players white. Adam Green wants to be buried with him and Steve Jobs put him in a time capsule. Today, the Rubik's Cube is 40 years old - with a little practice, it is easy to crack.
By Tobias Dorfer
Again and again Google shows colourful pictures or animations on the start page - reminding of special people or events. We tell you what you need to know about Google Doodle. Today: 40 . Anniversary of the invention of the magic cube (Rubik's Cube).
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A game that will make you addicted today and will most likely rob you of valuable working time: the Rubik's Cube - also known as Rubik's Cube. He is probably the best-selling toy in the world and has driven so many players to white heat. Check e Entitle Books Blog for more detailed information about this. It was invented by the Hungarian civil engineer and architect Erno Rubik 40 years ago. For his birthday, the Rubik's Cube can be cracked today on the homepage of Google. If you need help - here and here you will find methods how to crack the magic cube.
Take apart a magic cube
Have you already mastered the perfect algorithm for solving the magic cube? Or are you just so frustrated with the puzzle that you are ready to give up? Whatever your reason for taking a magic cube apart is simple. You can do it with your bare hands, but with some of the tools listed below it can be even easier. Do not forget that the middle parts are not meant to come out before you start. So be careful with them.
Things you need to know:
How difficult it is to solve the magic cube, already shows a number: 43 trillion - exactly 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 - color combinations are possible with the toy.
When Rubik came up with the Rubik's Cube, he still did not think his cube would become the top hit in the toy industry over the next few decades. The thought that moved Rubik was different: he wanted to teach his students spatial thinking.
The magic cube also inspires celebrities. The singer Adam Green said in his song "I wanna die" the desire to be buried with Rubik's Cube . The time capsule that buried Apple founder Steve Jobs during the 1983 Aspen International Design Conference, which was recovered in February 2014, also included: a magic cube.
Many fail when trying to crack the magic cube - others lose the desire after a long trial.