Rubik's Cube Los Angeles 4 × 4


Big names come with big obligations. I am the 3rd and largest angel in the CUBIDI portfolio. Do you already know my 2 siblings? With me, you'll need to be a little more patient, because I'm extremely complex. But you are assured of respect when you have solved me. I believe in you. — Game principle - Assigning colors correctly: The cube is divided into three layers in height, width and depth, which can be rotated around their respective spatial axis by 90-degree turns. As a result, the position and position of 20 of the total of 26 stones (the center stones are permanently installed) can be changed almost arbitrarily. The aim is usually to move the cube back to its original position after the sides have been rotated to a random position.


Ages 5+

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