Ready to put your brain into hyperdrive? The ageless Rubik’s Cube has been reinvented yet again with a makeover that brings it closer to the video age. Using lights and sound effects, and packing over 10,000 puzzles into the nine square toy, your puzzle solver will be engaged and challenged for hours. The design is both functional and practical fitting nicely into a child’s hand. A very nice feature that was recognized and applauded by both parents and children was the ability to stop and save a game in the middle so that you can then come back and pick up where you left off. This is great for a game that requires so much brain power. Having to start over just because Mom called you for dinner would just be cruel.