How to Solve the Rubik's World
Who needs a Rubik's Cube when you have a Rubik's World? See how easy it is too learn and solve. Each video is broken down into its own step.
V1 (P1): Bring four ice-parts to the top.
V2 (P2A): Remove the whites from the bottom.
V3 (P2B) and V4 (P2C): Remove the two whites from the bottom. When there are none, go to video 5. When there are four white parts, go to video 7.
V5 (P3A): When there's one white on one side, and one on the opposite side, and two whites on the right side, do a quarter anticlockwise right turn, quarter anticlockwise bottom turn, and a quarter clockwise right turn, then go to video 6.
V6 (P3B): When you have two whites on one side and the other two on the opposite side, hold it so the two whites are facing you and do a half right turn, half bottom turn and a quarter right turn. Now go to video 7.
V7 (P4A): You have four white parts on top and the bottom. Now get three correct on the top. Look at the bottom, there are four possibilities. Three correct, two correct, two switched, and three switched. When you have two correct on the bottom, go to video 8.
V8 (P4B): There's three correct on top and two correct on the bottom. Hold it so the white part that belongs on top is on the right side and the two correct white parts are in front or in the back row. The bottom white that is in the top must be diagonal right. Now do a half right turn and go to the last video.
V9 (P4C): The top three are correct and the bottom 2 switched. Well, how about you figure this one out yourself? Just watch.