About CuberCritic

Derek is a young college student working his way up in the cubing world, and thoroughly enjoys reviewing different products for his friends and other people! He decided that he would openly share his opinions for everyone to see, and thus CuberCritic was born.

Should You Solve Intuitively Or Memorize Algorithms?

By |May 2nd, 2017|Question|0 Comments

Learning to speed solve cubes of any size or shape will ultimately come down to learning in one of two ways.  Either you learn how to solve it intuitively or you can memorize the algorithms that other people provide.  The problem is that there are so many variations that you can’t decide on what […]

3 Christmas Cubing Challenges

By |December 25th, 2016|Recent|0 Comments

I’m sitting here 12 hours away from home visiting family and enjoying the gifts that we’ve given each other, but that never means that I am away from my speed cube.  I keep my main with me everywhere I go.

The holidays are here, and that means a lot of free time, traveling, and sometimes […]

Updates And New Things

By |November 8th, 2016|Recent|0 Comments

For those of you who are new to the website, welcome!

For those of you who are returning, there are some great things on the horizon!

If you haven’t already noticed, I have made quite a few changes to the layout of the website.  This style will allow me to refine the review sections and make […]

A Question For All Of You

By |February 12th, 2016|Question|0 Comments

Hey, guys.  I’ve been getting a lot of traffic on this blog/review site and it’s been really exciting (and has opened my eyes a bit.)

I realize that you guys really appreciate what I’ve done on here.  You continue to show support and I want to make sure that I do the best I can do […]

New Speed Cube Review Look

By |July 21st, 2015|News|0 Comments

I’ve been working on something in the background during my posts, and I’m finally ready to announce that CuberCritic.com now has a more organized speed cube review system!  I am so excited to see how this new style works.  There will more organization, easier access, and ways to look at other similar cubes.

I changed […]