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Rubik's 360 Puzzle - now £5.54 delivered @ Amazon

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* Sphere-shaped puzzle from the makers of the Rubik’s Cube * Flip, whirl and twirl six coloured balls into their matching coloured domes * The balls can be locked in place allowing play to… Read More
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[mod] 6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
* Sphere-shaped puzzle from the makers of the Rubik’s Cube
* Flip, whirl and twirl six coloured balls into their matching coloured domes
* The balls can be locked in place allowing play to be paused
* Fun, compulsive and aesthetically pleasing
* Skill, dexterity, logic and perseverance are required to solve the Rubik’s 360

Rubik's 360 is the first true puzzle from Erno Rubik to challenge the classic cube for innovation and difficulty. Twist and turn the spheres to drop each coloured ball into its niche. Sounds easy, but be under no illusion, this is the hardest Rubik's puzzle yet.
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#2
What the hell is this?
#3
Cold, it was £4.98 a couple of weeks back and it was still rubbish then.
#4
Ordered and heat added. Looks interesting.
#5
Eddied
... Looks interesting.

I thought that. I was wrong.
#6
I bought one of these during an interrail trip around Europe (I couldn't stand the thought of the 10 hour train journey ahead of me after I'd finished reading my book). It was difficult, and infuriating, but the sad thing is that it just looks like a toy for a small child or a pet.

The next hostel we stayed at had a pet cat, which enjoyed playing with it more than I did - so I left it.

Nothing like a Rubik's cube though, the only similarity is the colour.

Edited By: lareneg on Apr 04, 2011 22:40

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