Excerpt: The game seemed simple enough: A laser is given a cube. Each side has a moving target. The job is to cut away as much of each side as possible, leaving the target with little room to move. Reach the target percentage of cube cut away and move on to the next (of 50) level(s).
Excerpt: It’s an odd way to begin a review with ephemeral speculation, but I’d like to start by sharing a thought with you, dear reader, that might better root where I’m coming from when reviewing a game like Cubixx HD .
Conclusion: In the world of Qix clones, Cubixx HD does enough to separate itself with a variety of challenges and some interesting modes. It loses some points for not including any online in a game that offers 7-player co-op though.
Excerpt: We’ve seen it with the likes of Tetris, Bomberman, Super Monkey Ball and many others: simple ideas that prove to be addictive during play. Cubixx HD (a much buffed up PlayStation Mini) is one of these games – a rather devilish mixture of fast and fun puzzle action, and is just about as addictive as...
Excerpt: September has been a big month for games. October will be crazier, and it will all hit the fan in November when the holiday floodgates are opened and triple-A titles flow as freely as the cash from...
Pros: + Solid, challenging game play, + Lots of game modes, + Every mode has its own online leaderboard
Cons: Frustrating restart structure midstage, No online coop/vs
Excerpt: Cubixx HD takes a little while to click – the initially deceptively simple gameplay soon making way for frantic attempts at high scoring combos and ever more daring, dangerous leaps of faith across every face on the cube.
Pros: A comprehensive update of a great Minis game., Plenty to do., Local multiplayer is great., Online leaderboards for everything.