Puzzlers, there's a new and intriguing mechanical puzzle in town and it's called Triamid™. Just like a traditional puzzle cube, the objective is to assemble all 10 individual puzzle pieces so each of the four sides show a uniform colour... And just remember, this new addition to the Rubik's puzzle range is very easy to disassemble, but very tricky to reassemble correctly.
The new and much improved Rubik's Tower puzzle (or 2x2x4 Cube) is easier to twist and shape-shift than the original. Resembling two, joined 2x2 cubes, the Tower puzzle is perhaps Rubic's most exciting and very challenging puzzles to solve. It's ability to shape-shift adds a new dimension to one of the worlds most famous puzzles.
In this game players race to complete a puzzle. Each player has a 5 X 5 slide puzzle with one tile missing. At the beginning of each round, the scrambler (a device that contains 9 six-sided coloured cubes is shaken to set the target pattern. Players frantically slide their tiles to try to be the first to make the 3 X 3 center of their puzzle match the Scrambler.
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