The Happy Cube Solver is an interactive environment based on OpenGL for designing and building cubes and other designs from the Happy Cube 3D puzzles. It integrates a graphic engine for creating and viewing designs and a powerful AI engine for solving them.

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.

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Education, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

OpenGL, Qt

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2003-09-20