A puzzle in the shape of a plastic cube covered with squares of various colours that the player must manipulate in order to make each face’s squares all the same colour. The Rubik’s Cube is well known to all, yet not everyone is able to solve it. It is one of the most well-known toys of all time. This 3rd dimensional multicoloured brain teaser first appeared in Hungary in the 1970s. It is a combination puzzle.
The Rubik’s Cube is one amongst the most cherished toys in present time. Millions of Cubes are purchased each year, solved, and shared by friends, family, and puzzle enthusiasts alike.
How to solve The Rubik’s Cube? 🟥 🟧 🟨 🟩
The Rubik’s Cube can be solved in a variety of ways. For newbies, for solving the cube while wearing blindfolds, for speed cubers , all these techniques have varying degrees of difficulty. People typically run into trouble and seek assistance on the very first stage.
BE AWARE OF YOUR CUBE
A 3×3 has three horizontal layers.
A Rubik’s Cube has six flat surfaces known as faces.
Eight corner pieces are present in a cube.
One coloured tile makes up the centre components.
Six centre pieces are present.
Two coloured tiles are on the edge pieces.
Twelve edge pieces are present.
COMPLETE THE FIRST LAYER 🟧
~Hold your Rubik’s Cube so that the YELLOW CENTER piece is on the UP face to start.
~MAKE a white cross with identical edges and centres.
~You can proceed to solving the white corners once your Rubik’s Cube has a white cross with the centre and edge pieces matched, like in this image!
~You have one-third of the puzzle completed when your Rubik’s Cube resembles the image shown above, and you may now learn how to solve the middle layer!
MIDDLE LAYER 🟩
~Turn your finished WHITE face, which is the DOWN face, over on your Rubik’s Cube.
~Choose the FRONT face. In order to make a vertical line that resembles one of the images below, rotate the UP face.
~An edge from the UP face must be switched out for an edge that is already in the middle layer.
~Find a matched edge without a yellow tile by looking in the MIDDLE layer.
~Hold your Rubik’s Cube such that the wrong edge on the right face is on the middle layer’s mismatched edge.
~So you can start solving the third layer of your Rubik’s Cube once the bottom two layers resemble the image below. You have completed two-thirds of the task!
THE FINAL LAYER 🟨
~Set the yellow corners in place.
Now pay attention solely to the YELLOW borders on the UP facing (not corners).
~Twist the front face until the two corners are placed properly. If the coloured tiles match the central colours, you will know they are in the right spot.
~Place the yellow edges now!
You have finished the process when your Rubik’s Cube resembles this image!
So that’s all about How To Solve The Rubik’s Cube in 3D?! 🟥 🟧 🟨 🟩