Japanese toy-maker MegaHouse Corp. mentioned Wednesday it’s going to launch the world’s smallest working Rubik’s Dice, weighing about 2 grams and measuring 9.9 millimeters on both sides.
On the identical day, the Bandai Namco Holdings Inc. subsidiary began accepting orders for the product on-line.
It’s priced at ¥198,000 in Japan, together with supply prices. Supply will begin in late December.
The Rubik’s Dice, invented by Erno Rubik from Hungary in 1974, hit retailer cabinets the world over in 1980. In Japan, MegaHouse has shipped out over 14 million cubes.
The smallest Rubik’s Dice is on show at a particular exhibition on the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Tokyo to commemorate the fortieth anniversary of the discharge of the six-sided puzzle.