This Conjoined Rubik’s Magic Cube Will Make You See Double
By Cassandra Khaw
When Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture Erno Rubik came up with the original ‘Magic Cube’ in 1974, he probably wasn’t expecting his invention to make him one of the world’s richest Hungarians. Widely regarded as one of the world’s best-selling toys, the Rubik’s Cube even has an international governing body called The World Cube Association that is responsible for organizing competitions and keeping official world records.
It’s exactly what you think it is: two Rubik’s Cubes welded together in the middle for more mind-bending, soul-crushing ‘fun’. No more, no less. Modestly priced at $13.98, this 2-for-1 toy will probably keep you busy for all of five seconds or the rest of eternity. It could go either way.