Object: Mix up and put back to start
Difficulty: Level 8 - Demanding
Type: Rubik's Cube
Dimensions: 8 1/2 in x 4 1/4 in / 21 cm x 10.6 cm
Packaging: Cardboard and Plastic Box
Rubik's Magic® Puzzle was designed with illusion in mind. By folding the 8 connected square panels in different directions and opening them up again... find out whether you can link the 3 floating rings together. Its design of interconnected panels causes the challenge to solve the floating rings or create a variety of 3D shapes.
Slightly more than 8 inches in length and 4 inches in width, this portable puzzle is ideal for developing memory and problem solving skills. Rubik's Magic® Puzzle comes with a "Solution HINTS! Booklet" which provides basic instruction on how to fold and manipulate the panels, a variety of shapes and 3D figures possible and hints to solve the illusive Rubik's Magic® Puzzle.
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On Wednesday November 30th Alex wrote,
This puzzle is excellent. As long as you don't ever force it, it will remain in good condition. The panels will get scratched a bit during use, so don't get too freaky about keeping it pristine.
Incidentally, the goal is to transform it from one state to another - but a different real challenge comes from utterly messing it up and trying to get it back to either solved state. This should keep you occupied for a while, working out how it folds.
On Wednesday January 14th Griffin wrote,
I am not a huge fan of this puzzle, the 'strings' tend to come dislodged after heavy usage. The puzzle is easily solved once you figure it out, and is simply a matter of repetition.
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