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08-02-2011, 11:28 AM
Joined: Nov 2010
Location: Where you dont live
Posts: 1,662

Heres my Review of it:
Puzzles. They force your mind to think in new and different directions than normal. Unfortunately mine was not prepared for this puzzling game due to a all night marathon of Wheel of Fortune....I mean Wrestle Mania(cough cough)

The star of this game is apparently a little white cube named Qvoid whose job is to match all the colors on the board. When you roll over a color it sticks to your little cubes sides and you must match that color up with the same color somewhere else on the board. You cant roll on the side of the cube with the color on it so your forced to think around obstacles like holes in board to match the colors up. Introduced in later levels are new gameplay mechanics which can hinder your progress or confuse you even more. An example of one of these is a bridge that once you cross you cant cross back over. Fortunately for those of us that arent puzzle geniuses their is a rewind button that can remind the moves your cuve just made. You will be using this feature more than once throughout the 96 total levels. Another thing that complicates things even more is the fact that sometimes you have to mix colors in order to match up all of them. As is common in puzzle games there is a 3-star system that depends on how few moves you take to complete the level. Your score is compared to the developers score and if you get at or below that score you earn the full three stars. If not then you earn either one or two stars.

To top off the games features it has retina display, Gamecenter leaderboards and achievments, along with universal support. New levels have also been promised in future updates.
Overall if your looking for your next puzzle fix or just want something to bend your mind for a few minutes this is the perfect game for you. With 96 levels and a 3-star system your sure to be coming back for more. I give it a 5 out of 5 star rating for innovative gameplay, intriguing puzzles, and great graphics. Pick this gem up today.
08-02-2011, 12:29 PM
Joined: Oct 2009
Location: Greenville, SC
Posts: 8,250
Been thinking of picking this up, but aside from graphical improvements is it that much different than Cubic World?