If youve caught the time of Rubik Cubes popularity, you are very likely to have seen folks playing with it like if that was the only thing they could grab in the endless universe. But the time flew by, and the toy that used to keep folks captive magnificently was no longer interesting: all puzzles were solved, and the mind was seeking for something new.
Well, what new or unexpected could be possibly pulled out of a Rubiks Cube? Nothing or so, unless You grabbed a digital cube puzzle.
Its only the look that appears similar to its mechanical brother in the digital toy; on the inside, theres nothing like that. The digital Rubiks Cube can be easily shrunk or expanded, enabling the creation of a cube of literally any scale and test-driving new and literally impossible solutions on it. If the solution is found, you can just drop the cubes skin and get on a new puzzle with the smaller cube. Then there goes another smaller puzzle, and so on, just like with the nesting dolls.
But what makes it really captivating is that the toy doesnt have the usual application window (actually, its there, but you cant see it, as its transparent). And if you set the cube to be on top of other applications, you can play it right on your desktop!
What a perfect companion thatll never bore you! Just dont lose the track of time, so dont upset your boss.
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