Here’s a first: Rubik’s Cubes made from magnets and dice, in a variety of different colors. Full instructions here. Video after the break.

The non-symetrical nature of some of the die patterns gives the dice cube an extra element of strategy not present in regular Rubik’s Cubes. This variable of rotation is an aspect of the “sudocube,” but the dice cube is easier to solve, because each face contains identical figures, and every cubie is unique–two properties of the original Rubik’s Cube that are not carried over to the “sudocube.”

Here’s a first: Rubik’s Cubes made from magnets and dice, in a variety of different colors. Full instructions here. Video after the break.

The non-symetrical nature of some of the die patterns gives the dice cube an extra element of strategy not present in regular Rubik’s Cubes. This variable of rotation is an aspect of the “sudocube,” but the dice cube is easier to solve, because each face contains identical figures, and every cubie is unique–two properties of the original Rubik’s Cube that are not carried over to the “sudocube.”