Ossining man creates Riddle Cube game

Howard Fleisher says he created the idea for Riddle Cube 35 years ago out of straws while he was a student in Paris.

Howard Fleisher says he created the idea for Riddle Cube 35 years ago out of straws while he was a student in Paris. (8/25/15)

OSSINING - An Ossining man has created a new game for both children and adults.

Howard Fleischer says he created the idea for Riddle Cube 35 years ago out of straws while he was a student in Paris.

Fleischer now works in the toy industry, and turned his idea into a creative and competitive game.

Each box comes with four riddle cubes, 100 cards with shapes to create, and a timer.  The cube can be twisted into about 200 different shapes.

While the Riddle Cube has only been on the market for two months, it has already been named the 2015 gold winner of the National Parenting Publications Award.

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