A puzzle in the form of a plastic cube covered with multicolored squares, which the player attempts to twist and turn so that all the squares on each face are of the same color.
- But lovers of kaleidoscopes, Rubik's cubes, and jigsaw and other puzzles should have a field day.
- The Rubik's cube was simply a puzzle whose original intentions mystified him, and he could not fathom the purpose for which it was designed.
- It's been a while since I played with a Rubik's cube.
1980s: named after Erno Rubik (born 1944), its Hungarian inventor.
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Syllabification: Ru·bik's Cube
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