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Google Rubik's Cube Doodle (Browser)

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Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the invention of the spatial geometry toy by Hungarian Ernő Rubik, this Doodle presents a digital version of the toy. The Rubik's Cube puzzle presents a cube whose six faces are each divided vertically three times and horizontally three times, making six groups of nine squares (or 54 squares overall). Each face starts in a unified colour but within a few twists along its axes, the coloured squares end up jumbled all around the cube's surfaces. The goal of this Doodle, as with the real-life toy, is to twist and turn its moving parts so as to reunite all the squares of each colour on one face of the cube each.


Google Rubik's Cube Doodle Browser Opening animation - The rubik's cube will rotate continuously until the player clicks on the screen.
Google Rubik's Cube Doodle Browser Game start - The rotating cube closes in into a 3D object that may be rotated to any angle.
Google Rubik's Cube Doodle Browser Moving sections is slightly tricky, often resulting in moving the entire cube. A score is found on the bottom left of the screen, indicating how many twists the player has done.
Google Rubik's Cube Doodle Browser A help button is available for further instructions.

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May 19th

The Doodle doesn't commemorate a specific date, merely the 40th year since the toy's invention. But the specific number encoded in the day-month combination -- 5/19 -- is shorthand for the 519 quintillion potential cube configurations.


Google had long wanted to implement a Rubik's Cube Doodle, but the existing complement of web technologies was never yet sufficient to convey the desired experience. Not until now! The missing ingredient was CSS 3-D Transforms.

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Pseudo_Intellectual (44732) added Google Rubik's Cube Doodle (Browser) on May 20, 2014