Summary: i got this game cause it was 8dollars new.not expecting much.but was pretty fun.i have serious games just wanted a pop in and burn time game and this did the job.kind of like boomblox but i sort of like better.
Summary: This is a very fun game. There are games for one to four players. It was fun for my husband and I to play cooperatively with our kids (4 and 6), and they played some of the games successfully by themselves-others were a little more difficult, but they'll use problem-solving skills to handle them eventually. I think it is a great game for the $10 spent (on sale...).
Three of the Areas are a Good Thinking Puzzle Challenge
15 February 2010
Summary: Note: This is my review for the Wii version. The DS version has related but different content. Areas: Rubik's Cube - Here they teach you a standard algorithm for solving the 3-cube. You can play other sizes and also there is game where you adjust a solved cube to match the patterns they give you. Fit - You have to place and deform a handful of cubes to fit through a screens with variously shaped openings.
Summary: Puzzling entertainment for all. If you like spatial puzzlers like the ones you find on IQ tests, or figuring out how to solve a Rubik's Cube, you would probably enjoy this game. I like the fact that some games are timed, while others give you as long as you need to figure them out. One thing that could have been improved is the progression between the 3 different difficulty levels (easy, medium, hard).
Summary: I really like this game. It may not be loaded with all sorts of crazy graphics but it works just fine. Sometimes simpler is better. While I do wish that there were more puzzles in the game, I like the fact that you can keep creating new things in the area in which the cubies want to learn from you.
Summary: I was ready for this game to be pretty pathetic, but actually enjoyed it quite a bit. I like puzzles and brain teasers. You have to like them to enjoy this game. First, there is little resemblance to a Rubik's Cube. You can do one in the game, but that's it. The games and environment are build around little cubes of varying colors that could have come from anywhere. To play, you select the type of puzzle and then select which puzzle you want based on difficulty.
Summary: I was quite disappointed when I bought this game as I had such high hopes with the Rubik's name. It wasn't challenging, but with some areas the design was confusing which also added to the sense of not wanting to even try to persevere. Felt more like a chore at times, rather then being entertaining. I've given it a few chances over the past few weeks but see no point in carrying on.