Win! Awesome Rubik's prizes

Rubik's competition

Do you love the challenge of a classic Rubik's cube? Then you'll love these new twists on the original puzzle...

We’ve got four Rubik’s puzzles up for grabs this issue! With 43 quintillion combinations, Rubik’s Cube is still the ultimate when it comes to perplexing puzzles! And get on your marks with Rubik’s Race, the ultimate two-player, face-to-face race.


Plus, experience Rubik’s like never before with Rubik’s Spark, the amazing new electronic cube! And check out Rubik’s Twist, the twisting, turning challenge that can take the form of thousands of figures and shapes!


Seven winners will win all four of these bonkers Rubik’s toys.

The prize

Seven winners will each receive: 

Rubik’s Cube

Rubik’s Race

Rubik’s Spark

Rubik’s Twist

Competition closes midnight, 21 September 2016.


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When was the original Rubik’s Cube invented?

a) 1974
b) 2004
c) 2014

National Geographic Kids competitions are open to residents of the British Isles, Eire and the Channel Islands, except employees of NGK Publishing Ltd, National Geographic Society, and their families, or any associated companies. National Geographic Kids will not share your personal details with third parties. Only one competition entry per person. Winners will be the first correct entries drawn after the closing dates. The editor’s decision is final. Entrants to National Geographic Kids competitions must be 16 or under. No purchase necessary. No responsibility can be taken for entries lost or damaged in transit. National Geographic Kids will not enter into any correspondence. All winners will be notified accordingly and their names and addresses will be available on request. No cash alternative for any prizes will be offered. The winner may be required to partake in media activity relating to the competition. NG Kids may wish to contact readers in the future by post, phone or email.

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