Stretch your brain by trapping it in our Inside Labyrinth Puzzle Cube – Rival Rubik’s Cube.
Once upon a time the Rubik’s cube ruled the puzzle world. It was, cool, iconic, reasonably hard to solve – but now a fresh and exciting challenge has emerged. The Inside Labyrinth Puzzle Cube is a blind three-dimensional maze, where you must steer the ball enclosed within from one face to the other, out of the darkness. There are 5 different cubes to choose from, getting incrementally more challenging and requiring delicate hands and steely determination.
Each cube is comprised of seven labyrinthian layers to get lost in; these then combine to make up a mind-bending, multi-storey maze. Thankfully there’s an engraved map of each level on one of the faces, and the actual cubes themselves can be dismantled and reconstructed if need be. However, if you dare to attempt the harder cubes you’ll be deprived of both these luxuries. It’s just you and the cube.
Just look at The Level 2 cube (Mean), sitting there acting all sweet and innocent. You’ll soon learn this cube is called ‘Mean’ because it tests your brain and patience.
Like a modern day Theseus, it is up to you to push your spatial awareness skills and patience to the absolute brink in order to guide this helpless ball-bearing to freedom. Trust your senses, feel and hear your way. Gently tip and rotate it or frantically shake it (or hurl it at the wall in desperation).
May contain a tiny Minotaur
Trivia: The original Inside Labyrinth Puzzle prototype was made from a cardboard box and a peppercorn. A peppercorn!
- Put your senses and dainty hands to the ultimate test
- Multi-storey mazes made up of seven labyrinthian layers
- Engraved maps to help guide your way
- Easier levels can be be dismantled if you lose the ball
- Difficulty level 2
- Can be opened/dismantled – Also has a map!
- Who knew the French were so good at creating mazes?
- Dimensions are approximately: 6cm(W) x 6cm(H) x 6cm(D)