Rubik’s 360 (Click On Image To Enlarge)
From The Daily Telegraph:
For a few years the Rubik’s Cube had millions under its spell.
Umpteen hours were spent on the infuriating device, which became the fastest selling puzzle of all time.
Eventually of course, more and more discovered the secret of how to solve it and word spread that youngsters were cracking the Cube in as little as eight seconds.
To the inventor, Professor Erno Rubik, this was merely the challenge to create something even more difficult.
And he appears to have done just that with the Rubik’s 360, which is due to be formally unveiled this week.
Using the same formula of an apparently simple task that is maddeningly hard to complete, it involves moving plastic balls through a set of transparent spheres.
Professor Rubik, 64, a reclusive Hungarian, said: ‘The 360 is one of the most innovative and exciting puzzles we’ve developed since the Cube, adopting elements of myoriginal design, challenging the solver to use skill, dexterity and logic.’
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