Is it just me, or will breaking the Rubik’s Cube world record be an everlasting quest for humans? Some time mid last year, a 15-year-old kid named Feliks Zemdegs secured his position in Rubik’s Cube history by solving a 3x3x3 cube in 6.24 seconds.
I guess it’s time for him to either sit on his laurels or try harder. A new world record has been set by Marcell Endrey at the Zonhoven Open 2012. While it took the guy 28.80 seconds to solve a 3x3x3 cube, his feat is still very very impressive. He did it blindfolded! I wonder what Zemdegs has to say about that!
Nothing much to say about this, except to watch how he did it.
I don’t know about you, but I have said it once, and I will say it again (and again): this darned cube may very well be the bane of my existence. I know for sure that 28.80 seconds is NOT enough for me to solve it even with four eyes!
Now if you are hell bent on impressing others with your Rubik’s Cube skills, don’t despair. We do have a very nifty post on how to solve it in 20 moves. Don’t hold us to it, but achieving this feat could get you some perks in certain cases!