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App description: *** Listed in "50 best iPhone games 2015" on TechRadar.com ***

Mind The Cubes is a fresh new puzzle game that will test your logic skills and challenge your ability to think ahead! Roll the colored cubes, make matches and clear the level! Download it now!

The goal of each level is simple:

Remove all colored cubes by making matches of three or more cubes of the same color.
Unlock enough golden cubes in each level in order to progress.
Have fun!

Do you want to know some of the other cool features? Well read on:

Includes 65 levels with multiple sollutions.
Replay levels to get all the 151 golden cubes, resulting in over 151 puzzles in the game.
Simple and intuitive swipe controls.
Hint button in case you want some help.
Soundtrack by Lobstarooo.

We are a tiny team of three so if you could leave a rating or review, it would mean the world to us! If you'd like to share some feedback send us an email at feedback@mindthecubes.com

For a smooth experience we recommend playing on an iPhone 4S, iPad 3 or newer/faster device.
10-22-2015, 05:01 AM
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We really appreciate it! We've entered the top 100 strategy category in several countries and want to thank you for that.
10-23-2015, 07:01 AM
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TechRader.com 50 best iPhone games 2015

We just appeared on TechRader.com's "50 best iPhone games 2015" page. So cool!!

Go check out the game. According to TechRadar it's good... and it's FREE!

Download on the App Store Here
10-23-2015, 08:45 AM
The game is nice. I'm really not a fan of the blue cubes mechanic though, that feels very pointless. I mostly ignore them.

The puzzles are mostly well designed but the pacing is pretty slow. Plus once you reach world two you'll have to play each puzzle at least three times to get all golden cubes. So it's a little bit arduous.

That being said I like the creative combination of two popular mechanics and it's implemented pretty well in the level designs. I'll probably keep on digging away at this slowly but it's not something that motivates me to play for long periods.