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Brain Cube


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Brain Cube

JohnBHave block, will tip it over in every direction trying to slide it through the exit pit! Brain Cube is a mobile game that's similar to the browser game Bloxorz, putting you in charge of a little rectangle that can be flopped bottom over top to maneuver it around a grid-shaped board. The goal is to move to the exit chute so the block slides neatly through, but getting yourself in the right position at the right time takes planning, luck, and probably a lot more planning.

Brain CubeWith the touch screen, sliding your little rectangle around couldn't be easier: simply swipe in the direction you want to go. If there's not enough space to tip yourself over, you simply won't budge (a welcomed difference from Bloxorz). Moves are counted at the top of the screen, and the more economical you are in each level, the better your final score will be.

Brain Cube features four different level themes, each filled with game-complicating objects like multiple cubes, block splitters, spikes, wood, teleporters, arrow blocks, switches, and slippery ice blocks. As if the level designs on their own weren't enough to stump you, adding these mind twisters to the mix really kicks the difficulty up a few notches. A lot of challenge, a lovely visual presentation, and loads of levels to keep you good and busy. Brain Cube is a fully-stocked puzzle game!

NOTE: This game was played and reviewed on the HTC Incredible. Game was available in the North American market at the time of publication, but may not be available in other territories. Please see individual app market pages for purchasing info.

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