Happy Cubes are small foam puzzles assumbled of pieces of about 4cm by 4cm by 8 mm in size. The puzzles come in groups of 6 such pieces of the same color and texture. When assembled, these pieces make up a basic cube of about 4cm by 4cm by 4cm in size.
There are four families of Happy Cube puzzles, each containing 6 seperate cubes which are differentiated by color. Furthermore, Each family has a unique texture and difficulty.
The Happy Cube puzzles were invented by Dirk Laureyssens in 1986 and are manufactured by a belgian company named Happy n.v. At some point they were also known as "Cube It!" cubes and "wirrel warrel".
The Happy Cube Solver is an interactive application that allows you to design complex structures and find puzzle solutions with ease. After the solver finds a solution to the structure, you can build it from your real, physical pieces.
The Happy Cube Solver is an educational application as well. It teaches the user useful 3D orientation skills and hand-eye coordination skills.
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SourceForge project page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/happysolver/
Using this program automatically implies that you respect the copyrights on the Happy Cube©® Puzzles.
This program is indented to support you while playing live with the Happy Cube©® Puzzles. These puzzles are worldwide manufacturered by HAPPY bvba, Belgium, on licensed and thus restricted base (www.happy.be). The Happy Cube puzzles are the result of a real invention in 1986 by Dirk Laureyssens. This means that using the puzzle snits as well as puzzle piece shapes to create or manufacture your own puzzles is illegal and against law, since the Happy Cube Puzzles are worldwide protected by many US copyrights since 1987.
Puzzles copyright (C) Dirk Laureyssens 1986-2016. All rights reserved. The Happy Cube puzzles are protected with several US copyrights since 1987 (TXU 271722, TX2332525, TX2359816 and many others). They are exclusively manufactured by Happy bvba, B-2980 Zoersel, Belgium, and distributed worldwide by partners. Using the puzzle snits as well as puzzle piece shapes to create or manufacture your own puzzles is illegal and against law. Happy Cube, Little Genius, Profi Cube and Marble Cube are registered trademarks of Happy bvba, Zoersel, Belgium. If you have any questions concerning the usage of HAPPY materials, please send your detailed request in writing to info(at)happy.be. See http://www.happy.be for more information.