The aim of the puzzle is to open and fold the 8 connected square panels in different directions to find out whether you can link the 3 floating rings. Its design of interconnected panels causes the challenge to solve the floating rings or create a variety of 3D shapes. Slightly more than 8 inches in length and 4 inches in width, this portable puzzle is ideal for developing memory and problem-solving skills. It is packaged and made in Erno Rubik’s (inventor of the Rubik’s Cube) very own studio in Budapest, Hungary.
Rubik’s Magic Puzzle was designed with illusion in mind. Can you link the 3 rings together?