Gan Cube Vs. Traditional Rubik’s Cube: Understanding the difference
The original Rubik’s Cube is one of the most iconic and widely recognized mass-produced toys of all time. It was created by Professor Erno Rubik almost two decades ago, and still enjoys popularity in its heyday. Everyone on the planet knows about this particularly difficult puzzle game, in which a six-sided cube (each side has nine different squares) must be manipulated so that all sides are made up of nine squares, each sides should be of the same color. The GanCube is so famous that it’s one of the most recognizable toys in pop culture, being mentioned in all kinds of media and even spawning hundreds of contests.
Gan cube is called “Puzzle” and it’s really based on the description. This is a very fun game that allows you to create endless shapes, both linear and three-dimensional, by means of 216 magnetic balls. Since it is a dynamic structure, you should use it with caution and attention, i.e. when you are outside, as it may happen that a magnet may accidentally fall off and it is easy to lose a small object (although the magnetic attraction is very is more) stronger (and not so easy that the magnet moves away from contact).
The creator of the Rubik’s Cube has developed a new puzzle that many say will be disappointing to solve if not as popular as the original Rubik’s Cube. The Rubik 360 is a toy consisting of six colored balls in three clear plastic balls. To solve the puzzle, the user has to defend each ball in the third and outermost shells in a capsule of the same color. Professor Rubik said that like the old Rubik’s Cube toy, the premise or target is simple enough for anyone to understand, although the puzzle can prove very difficult to solve.
The Rubik’s Cube is known as a puzzle that requires intelligence, and a puzzle that has brought even mathematicians to tears. The Rubik 360 can do just that. It’s also a complicated toy, which may require a few tricks to solve. The 360’s simple aesthetic belies its complexity, which may attract more people to buy it. It is also tactile like the original Rubik’s Cube, requiring dexterity from the users. It also includes gravity, which adds to the ‘mastery’ factor. However, some say that it does not compare to the original, as there is only one initial configuration and one final configuration for the 360. The dynamic, physical nature of the puzzle can still attract people who would otherwise be put off by the Rubik’s Cube.
In the first public appearance in the media, many have already pointed to Gan air being a potential hit among children and adults. The first Rubik 360 competition in Düsseldorf in October 2009 has already attracted much attention, with fierce competition to rival Rubik’s Cube competitions. Promoters say records are already being set, and are broken almost immediately, with the fastest solving time in under a minute.
The Gan Cube is a really great kind of puzzle that you have gotten hold of and am excited about, spending a significant amount of time really figuring out how to best manipulate it. Delighted with myself for being able to make the cube, you continued to challenge yourself to make it more complex and elaborate, and months later, you certainly continue to discover new varieties and combinations.This toy is not suitable for children, even if they like it, as they may swallow the magnet