Anyone that has been visiting this site for a couple of years will likely remember the amazingly popular Hyperframe from 2005, a 3D logic puzzle of connecting same-colored blocks on a 3D cube with unbroken non-intersecting lines. Shortly after the release of Hyperframe, a copycat clone of the game was released under the name 3D Logic featuring exactly the same gameplay with spruced up graphics. We didn't review the original 3D Logic since it seemed like such a blatant ripoff. Although we haven't seen any updates to Hyperframe since, there is a new version of the clone now available, created by Alex Matveev and appropriately titled 3D Logic II, and it's just as well-done and addictive as the original Hyperframe was, and then some.
Simply move the mouse to rotate the cube and connect both squares of the same color by just mousing over the clear squares in between. You will need to connect all same-colored squares to move on to the next level.