Invented back in 1936 by Piet Hein, during a lecture on quantum mechanics conducted by Werner Heisenberg, Cube Soma remains current even these days, challenging our minds for creativity in finding solutions. The objective of the puzzle is to form a number of specific 3D shapes with seven 3D pieces.
The pieces of the Soma cube consist of all possible combinations of four or fewer unit cubes, excluding all convex shapes. Having the seven Soma pieces in hand, first try to form the infamous 3×3x3 cube. There are 240 independent ways of making this cube. Aside from cubes, there are thousands of geometric shapes that can be created from the seven simple Soma pieces.
Enjoy the realistic feel of playing Cube Soma with digital rotating 3D pieces. Cube Soma-7 offers over 300 puzzles, which you can try solving with the same seven pieces. Got stuck in the middle of nowhere? — Let the computer analyze your position and give you a hint where to go next. When you can no longer go on solving the «standard» puzzles, you can launch the internal puzzle editor and create a few of your own, thus not letting the game to ever come to its end.
The application allows adjusting its look and feel. You can widely change the appearance of the game window by selecting the colors of the ink and background, zooming in or out on the pieces, applying different «skins», and so on.
Taking little to no computer resources and running under any modern version of Windows, the program will never annoy your brain with monotonous challenges.
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