[pullquote_left]this cube only measures 10 millimeters across, which makes this one the world’s smallest Rubik’s Cube to date[/pullquote_left]

Fancy a little puzzle solving? And by that, we literally mean little.

If you enjoying solving normal-sized Rubik’s Cube puzzle, then take a look at it’s minuscule little brother. Created by Evgeniy Grigoriev, this cube only measures 10 millimeters across, which makes this one the world’s smallest Rubik’s Cube to date. The previous record was also held by Grigoriev for a cube that measured just 12 millimeters wide. Click ‘More’ to read the full story and watch the cube in action!

Think this cube is so small that it is not fully functional? Untrue. In fact, here is a video showing the tiny little cube being solved at a not so blistering pace. Then again, if you tried solving this small cube at a fast click, chances are you would drop it on the floor, only to never see it again. Heck, this cube looks so small you might even need a jewelers loupe magnifier just to make sure you have it lined up properly.

Via: Gizmodo