Have you ever solved rubiks cube.
February 22, 2018 7:54am CST
I get more attracted to puzzle and puzzle related games. I got Rubik's cube from my father .At first I can't able to solve those cube .Then my father announced a reward that if anyone in my family solves that cube ,he will give 1000 rupees as a rewards. Though I can't able to solve within stipulated time and no one solves that .so one got the reward. But any how I managed to solve within two weeks after watching tutorials and learning ebooks . I achieved it ... Have you tried this ? Next I am planning to solve 4x4x4
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I find it "doesn't really count" if you solve it by learning tutorial. It's more about techniques and following rules. At age 12 I got my first and last Rubik cube to this day. No one taught me, I simply kept doing it repeatedly every day. The cube almost never left my hands. First I can do one side only and then two and then three and almost 4. I can't remember how long it took me but by the time I almost finish 4 sides of the cube, it broke down. I stop playing. Rubik cube is deemed as a toy in my parents' eyes so they didn't allow me to play with it anymore seeing how addicted I become. I could not explain the rule or how I was able to did it but it came slowly and naturally to me how to solve the cube. Now I do not remember anything. I find it amazing how I started completely in the dark and slowly figure out one side and then continue from there.
@Lignitecityabishek96 You think how the first Rubik cube was solved? Those formulas are created by human. My point is I enjoy figuring out the formulas myself, not simply following one. I used to think people who can solve Rubik cube are such geniuses until I found out about those tutorials. Please check this link, it's possible: Now you make me want to buy a cube and take on this challenge :p.
I am wondering who is able to solve Rubik's cube just by thinking without knowing the rules behind it. As far as I know the inventor Erno Rubik was professor of architecture and he intended to help
@Lignitecityabishek96 no wonder you are attracted to Rubik's cube, I'm also planning to solve the cube but once I start on something it would be very hard for me to stop till I perfect it and I'm afraid it might waste my time and divert my attention away from things I can make money on.