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Rubiks Orbit A Whole New Look For Rubiks

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Rubiks Orbit A Whole New Look For Rubiks

If you love Rubik’s then you will love Rubiks Orbit!  This looks and feels different than any I have seen before.  Plus talk about challenging!

It is amazing to watch someone solve a Rubik’s but now with new games, will they get solved? Are you ready to take on the latest Rubik’s puzzle? The challenge is to solve all six sides of the 360º rings to match the Rubik’s color all the way around the sphere. The Rubik’s Orbit is an exciting new take on the Rubik’s 2×2 puzzle.

You will need to figure out a way to solve all 6 sides to get the colors lined up and solve this puzzle.  Not as easy as it sounds.

Rubik’s Orbit is a circular puzzle that shares the same mechanism as the Original Rubik’s Cube but has a completely different way to solve.

The Orbit contains six colored sides and operates in much the same way as the Original Cubes. Twist and turn the Rubik’s Orbit puzzle to try and get the color rings to match all the way round it’s harder than you might think!

Rubik’s Orbit is the fun strategy game for 1 player, ages 8 and up.

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The Rubik’s Cube is instantly recognizable and has been a popular toy in homes since the 1980’s. A brilliant twist on the original Rubik’s Cube and a very different looking game with its spherical shape but still displaying the well known Rubik’s colors. The Orbit has 3 rotating rings which are double sided which gives you 6 sides overall, the aim is to complete the puzzle so that each side of each ring follows the same color all the way around.

     

 

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5 Comments

  1. If you could figure out Rubik’s cube, then this will surely present a challenge! Thanks for sharing!

  2. This is such a cool Rubik’s cube, definitely a unique new look! I have never been good at these kinds of things, I doubt I could ever solve it! My husband would love it though.

  3. I could not even figure out a regular RC, now they made one like this….. I am going to have to try and challenge my son to see if we can figure this one out.

  4. Oh, good. They made it harder, lol. I could never get beyond three complete sides on the original. I’ve always liked Rubik’s Cubes, etc., though. I keep trying.

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