Rubik's Cube Celebrates 30 Years Giveaway!

The Rubik's Cube turns 30 years old! Rubik's is celebrating this milestone in San Diego, California at the San Diego Science Festival on March 27th with over 50 local schools participating in the “You CAN Do the Rubik's Cube” Tournament!

“The new “You CAN Do the Rubik’s Cube” program ( is designed to get youth engaged in math and science in a fun way.  Lesson plans built around the Cube help kids learn about problem-solving, teamwork, and other math disciplines like area, perimeter, volume, angles, and algorithms.” 

Adults and kids alike have enjoyed this 3D mechanical puzzle since 1974 when it was invented in Hungary by Professor Erno Rubik. The “Magic Cube” was it's original name, and was changed when it was mass produced in 1977. For a full time line of Rubik's invention, check out the official website.

I don't know about you, but I've never been able to solve it. You might be able to if you enter this contest to win a Rubik's Cube along with a solution booklet!

To help Rubik's Cube celebrate 30 years of challenging entertainment, I have THREE Rubik's Cubes to give away in a simple contest:

1. Leave a comment with the answer to the challenge question and,

2. Follow me on Twitter at (if you're not on Twitter just let me know) @MamarazziKnowsB

The FIRST THREE people to leave a comment with the correct answer and/or are following me on Twitter WIN!

(Leave your e-mail in the comment so I can contact you to send you your Cube!)

The answer to the challenge question is in the post:

In what country was the “Magic Cube” invented?

Good luck! 

(Disclosure: Rubik's Cubes supplied by the company as a promotional giveaway)


  1. Anonymous says:


  2. Anonymous says:

    Correct!!!! Think I still have your contact info, if I don't I'll get back to you!
    Congrats and thanks for playing!

  3. Anonymous says:

    let me guess. Hungary?@jenboydsd – DM me

  4. Anonymous says:

    Horray! We have another winner!!

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