by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
This is the main version of Brain Cube, developed by XIMAD, who were already a company specialized in casual games and apps before they released this hit. Brain Cube has a very simple concept, indispensable requirement for the most challenging puzzles so far. Anyone can learn to play it, as it's as easy as dragging a polyhedral rectangle to tumble it until it falls into a hole. It quickly becomes a sisyphean task, as complexity evolves as you advance more levels. In the end, every stage is a puzzle you have to solve and your score will depend on how many moves you spent. Later on, game's complexity reaches unexpected heights when new tiles are introduced, to say nothing of teletransporters and switch controlled spiked zones, of course.
Brain Cube Free is ad-supported, though there are a lot of paid version that make the game better or more suitable to some devices. If you want to play it on a HD device or a tablet, look for the corresponding download. Furthermore, when you master this original game, don't forget to check out themed seasonal versions.
Even if you aren't keen on puzzle games, you should be keen to give Brain Cube a go. The only catches we've found are that there isn't a tutorial at all -though we could debate if it's needed or not- and the nonexistence of a 3D scroll, which it isn't needed either but would give the game the total 3D experience we would like. On the other hand, let yourself amaze by the chill out music and the endless possibilities of this wonderful, recommended for all ages, absolutely smart game.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Jan 25, 2012
from 2.338 reviews