Four kids discover that their Rubik's cube is alive, and endowed with amazing powers. They befriend the cube, and they decide the best use for its powers is solving mysteries.Written by
Jason A. Cormier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I recently came across a VHS video of this released sometime ago in the U.S. It brought back GREAT memories of sitting in front of the 25 inch wooden floor console TV, munching on SMURF cereal, and thinking of how cool it would be if MY Rubik's cube could do magic too. I've shown the video to my three year old and she sat mesmerized for the entire 40 minute runtime. (two episodes, no commercials). I wish this would be released on DVD along with some other 70's /80's cartoons in a box set or something. Rubik sticks out in my head, along with Saturday Morning Supercade and Thundarr the Barbarian as some of the best 80's cartoons that will probably NEVER make it to DVD.
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