The Rubik's Tilt is an electronic "spin" on the classic puzzle toy. It is a simple and portable version that can fit in a large pocket or in a cramped bag for travel when a mentally stimulating break is needed from internet-connected devices.
It also has a digital version of the instructions for people who want to give it a try on the spot. On the same menu, you are also given settings that range from the three difficulty levels, to sound levels, to timer duration, to the sensitivity of motion for the device.
There are a total of four buttons used to select how the digital cube will be manipulated: the first three deal with three configurations of axes you can manipulate. The lone button on the opposite side allows you to either receive hints (if you've enabled those), or resets the cube and timer with a long press (in tandem with the other buttons).
Yes; it works very well and responds nicely, the difficulty isn't too brutal, and the simple interface make this a nice brain exercise on the go.
3 AAA batteries required
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