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Rubik’s Cube in Minecraft

The last time we posted about Minecraft, someone had made a scientific and graphing calculator. But now someone’s made something actually useful: a Rubik’s cube!

Mastercrafter SethBling uploaded this video showing his fully-working Rubik’s cube, created entirely from standard Minecraft blocks:

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Download the world: SethBling’s RubiksCube

via Jacob Aron on Twitter

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