Android Game: Kuku Kube-Official Game

A Master App Developers Production (M.A.D Apps) Kuku Kube is a simple puzzle game designed to test the ability of your eyes to differentiate between colors! Pick as many differently colored boxes as possible in 30 seconds.Get a 2 second bonus for every correct guess. Wrong guesses will result in a deduction from your total score. Higher the difficulty of a pattern, the higher you score.Dare beat this game? Have a go,Download now!

Category: Puzzle | Views: 525 | Reviews: 2 | Added: 2015-05-06

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App features

  • Addictive puzzle game
  • High quality graphics
  • Simple easy to use UI
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2015-06-16 20:02:34: Consumer rights: what the new EU rules will meanConsumers 22-06-2011 - 15:11 Share / SaveSocial nnoitrkweg sitesFacebookMySpaceTwitterFavoritesFavoritesDeliciousDiggGoogleLive An EU-wide right for consumers to change their minds about a purchase made on line within two weeks after having received the good, new requirements that compel on-line traders to provide the consumer with exact information on the total price, the goods ordered and the contact details of the trader, are among the benefits of the new Consumer Rights Directive. The new rules aim to strengthen protection for online buyers so as to boost consumer confidence and cross-border on-line trade.In 2010, 40% of EU consumers bought online goods and services over the internet in compared to 26% in 2006, making the internet the most frequently-used distance-selling medium today. However, only 7% of internet users have placed cross-border orders within the EU.Concerns about late or non-delivery of goods, as well as the patchwork fragmentation of Member States' consumer protection rules, are holding consumers back from cross-border online shopping. Businesses, too, cite legislative differences among Member States as the main reason for not selling across borders.After two and half years of tough negotiations, Parliament's negotiating team, led by MEP Andreas Schwab (EPP,DE), managed to broker a well-balanced agreement with the Council to ensure clear and common rules on consumer rights across the EU. This deal was overwhelmingly approved by the Internal Market Committee on 16 June and in plenary on 23 June.Consumer rights: what the new EU rules will mean14 days to change your mind Share / SaveSocial nnoitrkweg sitesFacebookMySpaceTwitterFavoritesFavoritesDeliciousDiggGoogleLive The new rules will stipulate a 14-day EU-wide withdrawal period for distance and off-premises sales (i.e. those in which the consumer cannot see the good before buying it), during which consumers may change their minds. If they regret the purchase, for whatever reason, they may return it. The price paid by the consumer for the good must be refunded within 14 days of the withdrawal. This is a major step forward for consumer rights.MEPs sought to insert a rule that would have required traders to pay the return costs of any goods priced above 40, but this proved unacceptable to the Council. Instead, MEPs proposed to Council, as a final offer, that the cost of returning any bulky item which cannot be returned by normal postage be clearly stated in the sales contract, so the consumer knows how much it will cost should he choose to return his purchase. If the trader does not comply with the information requirement, the consumer will not have to bear the costs.Moreover, if a seller fails to inform a consumer about the withdrawal right, the period for withdrawal will automatically be extended to one year, as originally proposed by Parliament.The new rules also aim to close a gap in existing EU legislation, by extending the consumer's right of withdrawal to home party sales and on-line auctions. However, auction purchases may be returned only if they were bought from a professional seller, not from a private person.