The game features a virtual Rubik’s Cube on a high-resolution, high-definition screen, and players can enjoy digital features such as a speed timer, sound controls, three levels of play and a hints option for guidance.
Just like the original Rubik’s Cube, Rubik’s Tilt requires hand-eye coordination, brain power and logic. The Tilt, which was first released to media at New York Toy Fair, has already been covered by Gizmodo and other outlets.
Rubik’s Tilt, for ages 8 and up, retails on Amazon for $24.99.
The new deal adds to a string of recent collaborations in honor of the Rubik’s brand’s 40th anniversary.
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