We recommend to you looking at the category Cube School.

The magic starts when two or more cubes are brought together. Thanks to magnetism, the shapes stay together, making structures of higher complexity possible.

It can quickly become confusing when using the GeoBender®, and it’s easy to get “lost” among the many possibilities. That’s why I gave each form a number. When I refer to a particular shape, I use the number from the transformation tree.


2 Cubes

There are two ways to play with two GeoBender® Cubes. You can either use the same shape twice or combine two different shapes.



4 Cubes

4 GeoBender® cubes complete the inherent tetrahedral symmetry and form a happy family. Again, one can distinguish between major forms of higher symmetry and other conglomerates. 7 different forms together can form 6 different tetrahedral structures. These 6 conglomerates are shown below:


Apart from these “main forms,” there are dozens more that are beautiful to look at and construct. You can also mix and match different shapes. Some examples can be found in the following galleries:



Since four cubes together form a unit, so do all multiples of four. Now you really can use the infinite variety of possibilities that this spatial puzzle has to offer.