Like the Rubik's Cube, the objective is to manipulate the puzzle until all the sides are uniform in colour. There are some key differences. The Rubik's Triamid forms a triangular pyramid and has four sides. Comprised of ten individual pieces (technically "truncated rhombic dodecahedra") and four joining sections, it is easy to disassemble, but very tricky to reassemble correctly.
Recommended age 8+
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