is in itself both fascinating and impossible, but did you know these amazing facts about this impossible cube?
When Rubik’s Kube first became (1975), it did not actually have Rubik’s Cube, it’s called Magic Cube! Maybe that’s why I myself do this?
It all started in Budapest, and one of the first editions looked something different.
26 small pieces
Behind this amazing game, you actually find 26 smaller parts, commonly called “cubies” or “cubelets”
The Magic Cube was named Rubik’s Cube in 1980!
Rubik could not solve the cube
Rubik, who made the Magic Cube or Rubik’s Cube, could not even solve it. And after he made it, he actually spent over 1 month trying to solve it for the first time.
The game of the year Rubik’s Cube was voted the year’s play in both 1980 and 1981. Best-selling play Rubik’s Cube is sold in 350 million units and grows day by day.
This makes it the best-selling game in the world. combinations You find it difficult to solve a Rubik’s Cube? It may not be so nice, as a cube can have a total of 43.2 trillions of different combinations.
There is a lot to say that you have seen the same combination before! And if you think 43.2 trillion is a difficult number to relate to, then you can imagine the following.
If you had turned a cube, 1 combination for every second, and you started under “The Big Bang”, you would still have been on. Championship The first championship to beat the fastest people to solve Rubik’s Cube was held in 1982.
The solution is 20 No matter how much you mix a cube, no matter which of the 43.2 trillions of combinations you start, it will nevertheless be able to be solved at no more than 20 moves.
Mathematically speaking. If you can all the algorithms, and put them together in the correct order. Check out Tryllekunstner
Rune Carlsen Magisk Underholding