Imagine your two most beloved childhood games. Now imagine them mating and producing a deformed child. That is what the Rubik's Revolution is—the deformed love child of the classic Rubik's Cube and color/sound game, Simon. They took all of the puzzle out of the Rubik's Cube by not allowing the blocks to rotate. There are supposedly six different color and light games that the Rubik's Crapolution can play, but they are all pretty much the same thing: sound matching, color matching and pattern matching. Thanks for defecating all over my childhood, Rubik's Revolution. Jump to see a video of children, who obviously don't know any better, actually playing with the toy.
Don't waste your $20 on this toy later this summer when it is released.