The origin of the Magical cube
The Magical Cube, small object formed for nine squares colored in cada face, was created by the Hungarian Ernö Rubik, in the half of the decade of 70. However, it was only in 1980 that the toy, called originally Cube of Rubik, became famous in the remaining portion of the world, when was mattered by the United States. The challenge considered for the game is to place all the squares of equal color in the same face of the cube turning its parts. Objective, that still more is complicated of what it seems, can generate much frustration in less adept. Perceiving this, a company arrived to commercialize, in years 80, a package with colorful adhesives imitating the parts of the toy. Thus, any one could glue them conveniently in the object and dissimulate that it had looser.