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3D Rubik's Cube 2

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Simple and convenient 3D version of a Rubik's cube with dimensions 2x2 3x3 4x4 and 5x5. Allows to customize side colors and rotation speed

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this is amazing! it is exactly like a real rubik's cube! and it is a brain teaser and you have to be really smart to complete it.

I like this one

This game could be useful for an interesting tutorial online for rubiks resolution, but I have accord with zignature, the rotation it's difficult to control, it would be useful to use this cube like the Iphone ones,

The rotation was weird

I found the rotation of the cube (scrolling around the outside to flip the cube & see other sides) was difficult and limiting at times. If I wanted to solve the yellow side on the left side, for example, me dragging to see other parts of the cube resulted in random twists because of the scrollbar limitation.

I think this is smoother in other cubing applications. Nonetheless, I was able to do the 3x3 with basic layers method in 3.30. Great application.

8 / 10
5 / 5

goshashakagi responds:

To ro tate the whole cube using scrollers is not convenient, better to click outside of the cube and drag...


It's almost as smooth as gabbasoft's cube demo. I solved the 5x5x5. It took WAY too long (24 minutes rather than 5-6) because I had trouble moving certain layers at times and the cube kept spinning out of control during edge parity. Other than that, its great.


It solved itself after It mixed itself up... why?

goshashakagi responds:

Shuffling is random - thats why solving is possible,,, consider yourself very lucky :)