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The Brain Cube adds a new element to an old favorite

 The Brain Cube adds a new element to an old favorite
Yes, we know about the Rubix Cube. It’s been around since the dinosaurs, and there are a bunch of different versions of them. Most all of them have some form of color coordination that help you know when the puzzle is “complete”. However, what if those hues were removed, and all you had to look at to figure things out were a series of mismatched curved lines?

The Brain Cube makes you read the folds in what looks like a tiny, box-shaped brain. The material of this puzzle is squishy, and is supposed to (somewhat) imitate that of a brain in your hands. Definitely gross, definitely awesome. You’ll have to follow visual ques that are more complex than 6 different colors. It comes in a jar that looks like what doctors would store organs in, and it is suspended so that is jiggles around when you pick it up. This $35 cube will definitely make you pick your brain to solve it!

 The Brain Cube adds a new element to an old favorite

caitlyn – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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