V-Cube 7

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You are the Mayor of Puzzleville. You’ve mastered the classic Rubik’s Cube a thousand times over. You think solving the Gordian’s Knot is mere child’s play. Come to think of it, there really should be a street named in honor of your puzzle-solving prowess. It’s time to graduate to the V-Cube 7. This smooth rotating cube has six sides, seven rows, 218 pieces and 19.5 duoquinquagintillion permutations. Can’t wrap your head around a number that big? That’s more possible permutations than the number of atoms in the universe. To solve this brain-boggling wonder, you’ll need spatial perception skills, problem-solving abilities and patience. Lots and lots of patience.
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The Idea

Puzzle cube levels for novice puzzlers (3) or puzzle masters (5 & 7).

The Brains

Helps spatial perception, problem-solving and patience.

The A-Ha

These cubes boast smooth rotation so you can make your moves at lightening speed.

Brain Health Expert Says

Helps spatial perception, problem-solving and patience. The parietal lobe is used during spatial vision and short-term memory- this gives these a workout!

The Brain Coach Says

A classic! This is more than just a one time exercise in coordination and visual skills. Once I finish the puzzle, I like undoing it and using my memory to try and reconstruct it.

Product Details

Brain Category
Recommended Age8+
DepartmentVisual Perception
# of Playerssolo

How To Play

The  is a uniquely designed and constructed skill game. It is a multi-colored, seven-layered cube, rotating smoothly on based axes. The player is required to discover a strategy to achieve uniform colored sides on her/ his V-CUBE 7.  The V-CUBE 7 will challenge and improve your intellectual abilities. You will need to discover intelligent strategies, tricky combinations and sophisticated techniques, in order to solve this masterpiece!  The<strong> V-CUBE 7 consists of 218 small pieces - called cubies - and the solid-cross that supports them, enabling them to rotate independently on based axes. It holds the record of being the largest, smoothest and most complex rotational puzzle game in the world!