MindStrat Puzzles Fit in the Palm of Your Hand
If the recently announced Rubik 360 piqued your interested, and you're looking for something new to toy with, then Mindstrat might just be up your alley. The puzzles are encased in sturdy plastic spheres and use gravity to move the internal pieces into position. Seemingly less about dexterity than the 360, these puzzles look like fast, unique versions on Rubiks cubes that fit in the palm of your hand.
The end goal differs a bit per puzzle (there are 4 in all) but generally involves matching like-colored pieces together in traditional missed-matched puzzle style.
Honestly, based solely on videos, the MindStrat look well-made compared to the complicated jiggily plasticy racket of Rubik's 360, which is giving us a few prelease hebbie jeebies with all its rattling plastic bits.
You can learn more about the puzzles on the MindStrat Official Website.
Read More in: Gaming News
Share this Article with others:
Came straight to this page? Visit Critical Gamers for all the latest news.
Posted by Critical Gamers Staff at March 9, 2009 2:57 PM