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SIFTEO Cubes are an award winning interactive gaming platform that respond to your gestures and sense each other. Sifteo got its big break back in 2009 with a TED talk that has received over 1.3 million views. To date, the company has raised $13.5 million in venture financing and launched the second generation of the product last fall. We sat down with Sifteo’s Co-Founder David Merrill to discuss the company’s journey from the MIT Media Lab back in 2006 to today. -Sifteo

After 3DR bought Sifteo, the shut down the webservers, and without the webservers the cubes are useless. This instructable will show you how you can use the cubes without the webservers and get all the games for free.

Step 1: Download the Software

You have to look up which version you have.

This is rather easy: if you have a basestation, it is V2. If you have an USB-dongle, it is V1.

Now download the software you need here.

In order to get the blocks working, you need to download "Installer" and "All the V1/2 games released (and PC registry hack for SiftRunner)"

Now installl Siftrunner (for V1) or SifteoSync (for V2). After you installed it, you can run it but it won't work.

This is more an advertisement then an instruction
<p>look, in switzerland the price for the cubes is arround <a href="https://www.amazon.de/Sifteo-Cubes-Intelligent-System-Newest/dp/B01C6MBSF0/" rel="nofollow">1500$</a>. I have bought a set and was disappointed to see, they don't work anymore. I have found a solution and want to share it with other people who also have bought the cubes and can't use them. As you can see, it isn't easy to fix this and i don't think every normal buyer could fix this on his own. I just want to help. I can assure you, i'm not getting paid or anything... i mean the company doesn't even exist anymore.</p>
<p>Ok, therefor the instruction is nice</p>

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