The buzz is that the new Rubik’s 360 puzzle is going to be huge. Because it’s from the same stable as the all-time gazillion best-selling Rubik’s Cube, you know that it’s going to be intelligent, innovative and exciting, with hours and hours of enjoyment guaranteed.

According to the man himself — Professor Erno Rubik, the inventor of The Cube — it takes solving into another dimension, literally...

It consists of a 10cm diameter clear plastic sphere with six coloured domes positioned at intervals around the circumference. At top and bottom are two black domes, which operate an internal ‘locking’ mechanism. Inside the outer sphere is a second one, also transparent, with two holes. Inside this is a third sphere, containing the balls. It also has a hole, through which balls must pass.

The object of the puzzle is to flip, whirl and twirl it to navigate the balls through two transparent spheres... and into their matching coloured domes on the outside, and to lock them into place. There is a knack to solving the Rubik’s 360 — but it could take a lot of perseverance!

The 360 (ages eight and above, rrp £14.99) is the puzzle that everyone in the family will be clamouring for this Christmas. Presspack has six Rubik’s 360s to give away, meaning that you lucky members can be among the first to get your hands on the new puzzle.

To be in with a chance of winning, just answer this question: Who invented the Rubik’s cube?

Send your answer, along with your name, address, age and Presspack number to Presspack; Western Telegraph' Old Hakin Road, Merlins Bridge, Haverfordwest.

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