Rubiks Cube


Released in 2001, this digital version of the Rubik’s cube is what launched Atman Software.

The game features a 3D cube, complete with per-pixel lighting and shading, that you can rotate in multiple axes, in order to solve the cube. And if you get stuck, the computer could even show you how to solve it. Heck, it even comes with a feature that lets you arrange the colors on the cube. So if you've already got a real Rubik’s cube and no clue how to solve it, then...well you could arrange the color patterns accordingly in-game and let the computer show you how.

Best of all it’s completely FREE. No time limits. No adware. No spyware. No popups. Just one hell of a cube! So go ahead, download it; and take it for a spin.

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Disclaimer: This is Free PC-DOS software and last checked runs fine on all versions of MS-Windows. As much as we love to, we cannot provide technical support for this software.

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The use of the software downloaded through the Atman Software site is done at your own discretion and risk and with agreement that you will be solely responsible for any damage to your computer system or loss of data that results from such activities. No advice or information, whether oral or written, obtained by you from Atman Software or from the Atman Software web site shall create any warranty for the software.


Rubik® and Rubik's Cube® are registered trademarks throughout the world of Seven Towns Limited. Seven towns Limited is the exclusive worldwide licensee of copyright in the Rubik's Cube puzzle and is the registered proprietor of European Community Trade Mark registrations in the images of the Rubik's Cube puzzle and the puzzle itself.

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Rubiks Cube Trivia

  • The original Rubik's Cube has sides of red, green, yellow, white, orange and blue.
  • It was invented by Erno Rubik, a Hungarian Professor of Architecture and Design obsessed with 3D geometry. Although first envisioned in 1974, it took him several years, however, to work out the complex interaction of the cube's elements. And even after creating a working model, Rubik found it difficult to market his new toy due to the political and economic atmosphere -- Hungary was deeply communist at the time. Finally, in 1979, Rubik got the break he was looking for when the Rubik's Cube was featured at the Nuremberg Toy Show.
  • There are 43 quintillion (43,252,003,274,489,856,000) combinations in the Rubiks cube.
  • Over 100 million Rubik's Cubes were sold between 1980 and 1982.
  • In 1980, Ideal Toys was going to call it The Gordian Knot, but someone suggested The Rubik's Cube, and the rest is history.
  • The World Rubik Cube championship was held in Budapest on June 5, 1982. Nineteen National Champions took part. Minh Thai, the US Champion, won by solving the Cube in of 22.95 seconds. The world record, in competitive conditions, grew progressively lower and now stands at 16.5 seconds.
  • Facts compiled from the Internet.