The purpose of this site is to be a hub for everything you would ever need
to know about cubing, specifically with the Rubik's Cube. This site
contains all sorts of information, including solving methods, products,
records, and interesting facts.
The Rubik's Cube gets its name from Ernő Rubik, who made the Rubik's cube
in order to solve the structural problem of moving parts individually
without the entire structure falling apart. A toy salesman than took his
model, and popularized it around the world.
All of this site's information is contained in one of the 8 tabs above.
- Solving Methods: Holds beginner, advanced, and other
solving methods for the Rubik's Cube. It is a compilation of most of the
popular working methods publicly available.
- Solving Records: Holds both world-wide and local (U.S.
and Canada) records for all different kinds of Rubik's Cube solvings.
- Special Patterns: A compilation of arrangements the
Rubik's Cube can be transformed into by a sequence of moves. Examples
include checkerboard, dots, dice numbers, and cube-in-a-cube.
- Facts and History: A compilation of interesting facts
about the properties and workings of the Rubik's Cube, as well as the
history of the cube, its creator, and its spread in popularity.
- Brand Version: List of different Rubik's Cube brands,
listing their strengths and weaknesses, as well as where they can be
- Other Puzzles: List of different puzzles inspired by the
Rubik's Cube, such as the 4*4*4, the Megaminx, and the gear cube.
- Contact: Information about everyone involved with the
site, as well as other important contacts.
- Help: Information about the site, credits, and other