The First 3D-Printed Puzzle Series

Original price was: 80,00 €.Current price is: 69,00 €.

Launching the first series of ZettaCubes, a limited edition of 10 uniquely 3D-printed, complex puzzle cubes.

10 in stock


Introducing ZettaCubes, the first series of its kind, merging the thrill of classic puzzles with cutting-edge technology. This initial batch consists of 10 meticulously 3D-printed cubes, each offering an intricate challenge in a simple 3x3x3 format. Every cube in this series is a testament to innovative design and complexity, presenting 27 distinct blocks that demand exceptional spatial reasoning and logic for assembly.

ZettaCubes stands out with its staggering complexity, boasting around 10^65 possible configurations, akin to the number of atoms in our galaxy. Out of these, approximately 10^21 are viable solutions, reflecting the vastness of the observable universe. This remarkable puzzle not only challenges enthusiasts but also bridges the gap between the physical and digital realms. Each solution of ZettaCubes has the potential to be turned into a unique digital asset, like an NFT, enhancing its value and appeal in the digital world.

In addition to its challenging nature, ZettaCubes fosters a sense of community among solvers. Enthusiasts can share their accomplishments, connect on platforms like Facebook, Discord, and Twitch, and engage in friendly competitions. This community-building aspect adds a social dimension to the puzzle-solving experience.

ZettaCubes is also a technological marvel, featuring a patented design that has been recognized in Sweden and the USA, with global patents pending. The innovation extends to its accessibility, with plans for a VR version, computer games, and mobile apps, ensuring that the challenge is available in multiple formats.

Whether you’re a puzzle lover, a tech enthusiast, or someone who enjoys a good mental challenge, ZettaCubes offers a unique experience that combines intellectual stimulation with technological innovation. Join the adventure and be one of the few to own the first-ever 3D-printed ZettaCubes.