Four kids discover that their Rubik's cube is alive, and endowed with amazing powers. They befriend the cube, and they decide the best use for its powers is solving mysteries.Written by
Jason A. Cormier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
There was Rubik's Cube. I am willing to bet this was the first U.S. English cartoon featuring a primarily Hispanic/Latino cast of characters. I don't remember much about the individual episodes but I knew that the people were Hispanic. The accents were sometimes annoying as heck, but the cartoon filled the time well, especially if the Smurfs were running a repeat story. Like any Toy gimmick cartoon it was three years past its freshness date and doomed to being cancelled after 13 episodes. Dora the Explorer seems to borrow a lot from Rubiks Cube, particularly because it relies on inanimate objects that will on occasion talk to people.
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