Rubik’s Cube 3-D has two different play modes: Normal and Cheat (toggled by the Left Difficulty switch). In cheat mode, the player can set the colors on the cube to what ever they desire. Players can even create impossible to solve cubes by placing too much of one color or not enough of another. Due to the strange nature of this ‘cheat mode’, people have begun to speculate it may have been put in for debugging purposes. It is unknown if it would have been included in the final release. It appears that Atari may have been reconsidering releasing Rubik’s Cube 3-D as a standalone cart due to them owning the license to the Rubik’s name, but later decided to simply rename Atari Video Cube into Rubik’s Cube instead.(source: AtariMania.com)
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