The Rubik's Cube is now 40 years old - play with it on Google

Posted by: Jennifer Cefai (2 years, 5 months ago)

Image source: Photo by Toni Blay.

We all know (and have been frustrated by) the Rubik's Cube, most of us all our lives! As we all know, it involves nine 'cubelets' with various colors. The point of the game is to twist each row and column into creating six different-colored sides (red, blue, white, green, yellow and orange). Of course, you'll be chuckling while reading this - if only it were as simple as it sounds!

The Rubik's Cube has hit its 40th anniversary this year, and Google is celebrating the occasion with a Google Doodle. Go to the search page to play with a fully functional 3D model. Be careful loading Google at the office, we can guarantee you'll catch yourself spending far too long trying to get the best of the infamous cube!

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