Nice collection of revolutions you have there.
I used to think they were a waste, but after playing with one I really like it.
Interestingly, I had the opposite reaction. A business colleague bought me a pair of Revolutions as a gift, so I made an effort to appreciate them. But I really, really, really
disliked the games. I doubt this electronic toy could've succeeded without the "Rubik" name, but that's a good thing
because it demonstrates how powerful the Rubik's brand has become.
I'd rather play with a 30-year-old Merlin
Or, better still, play with a 30-year-old.
What is this game anyway? Everyone just stays its an electronic cube, that has nothign to do with Rubiks stuff.
Or a glorified Simon Says.
About.com has a helpful review: http://toys.about.com/od/toptentoysof2004/gr/rubiksrevolutio.htm
Best quote (out of context!): "Rubik's Revolution is certainly trying very hard to make it big. Will it get there? I think so."