Summary: This is much more of a dip in, dip out game than most puzzlers, if you have 5 mins or half an hour its just perfect, keeps your hands and eyes busy and as you get further in your brain too, great for filling in but not keen on all the puzzles and the virtual cube will never be solved by me, but still something for everyone, if everyone likes puzzles
Summary: After initial consternation about the difficulty of this game I have cracked the problem and enjoy it immensly. Even going through each group of games for a 2nd, 3rd or 4th time is just as much fun. It may help that I cannot remember which way I did it last time!
Summary: I bought this thinking it would be a clever modern take on the age old Rubik's cube. How wrong I was. This game, if indeed it can be called a game, is so awkward to control that it almost renders it un-playbable. Secondly, there is nothing original here at all. It is simply an on-screen rubik's cube which you rotate/control via the stylus. You can save your progress, read hints, and toggle some extras such as different colours and sound effects.
Excerpt: "The game includes varied games loosely based on the original rubiks cubes. The cubies as they are called are each individual piece of a rubiks cube. One game is matching the cubies so that at least 5 connecting ones are of the same colour. This is done by swapping a cube with another one. You have until the time the screen fills up with cubes to play. Its very similiar to columns. Also included is a maths one, which is more like graph references, ...
Pros: More than just the cube itself
Cons: can be hard to move the cube with the stylus