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National Toy Hall of Fame: Vote for Rubik's Cube!

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http://www.toyhalloffame.org//toys/rubiks-cube

Link above said:
Its success fostered hundreds of spin-off products, from best-selling books on how to solve it to patent-infringing look-alikes by other manufacturers.
V-Cubes must've helped them write it.

The 27 tiny cubes called “cubies” produced a truly challenging puzzle. Each carried one of six colors, and when assembled they formed a square[b/].


Huh?

Young puzzlers, known as “cubers,”
Many cubers wouldn't really be described as young...

spotting the patterns—cubers call them algorithms—necessary to solve the cube.
An algorith is what you use to solve the patterns... Also they put a double space between "spotting" and "the".
 
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Someone messed with the stickers on the boxed cube to the right in the image at the bottom. Look at it for a second... with standard color scheme, one of those faces should be its opposite color.
 
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