Here we have two of the biggest cultural phenomenons of the 1980s together at last: Mario and the Rubik's Cube. One of these things is still a beloved part of both children of the 80s and current children's lives; the other, well, it's kind of kitchy, I guess.

Personally, seeing Mario all over a Rubik's Cube makes me want to play a Mario game, not frustrate myself with that infernal puzzle. But hey, if you feel differently feel free to go to Japan and spend $17 on this thing.


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