Rubiks Cube

Philippines
March 12, 2009 10:37pm CST
Best thing to play when your trying to exercising your mind.
4 responses
@daneg33 (1131)
• Canada
13 Mar 09
I had one in the 80s. I ended up doing two things to solve it: 1. Take off all the stickers and put arrange them so the block was solved. 2. Take the whole block apart and put it back together so the block was solved. Otherwise, I would have gone crazy trying to solve it. Why are these things back? Arrrggghhhh
@Alumia (32)
• Canada
13 Mar 09
LOL, I feel your pain! I can never put those things together. I have a friend who's amazing at rubik cubes, though. He offered to teach me, but I ended up with an even more mixed up cube than before!
• Philippines
13 Mar 09
that's why rubiks is best for mind exercise.
• United States
3 Sep 09
If you don't already know how to solve it. If you know the widely known method, then it'll just be memory and muscle movement.
• United States
14 Mar 09
This is one form of mental exercise, but it's limited to spacial intelligence. I find various word games to be far better exercises for our minds in toto. They include mathematic and spacial thinking, as well as language and logic. They're also far more portable than the Cube, because nobody has to see that you're working on it when you're supposed to be llistening at a boring meeting! lol.
@Alumia (32)
• Canada
13 Mar 09
Those things confuse the heck out of me. In oder to solve them I a) take off all the stickers and put them back on, or b)fling the thing onto the ground and then roll it down the stairs, the latter does not help solve it whatsoever. I do have a friend who's capable of putting a rubiks cube back together no matter how you mix it up, and quite fast too. It's amazing how he does it.