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I am thankful Family Friendly Gaming was provided a download code for Cubikolor on the Playstation 4. This game is also (or will be soon) on the Personal Computer and Xbox One. Cubikolor is a downloadable only puzzle video game. We have a cube with different colors on each side. We roll our block around the levels trying to get to each of the key boxes to unlock them.

If the color on our block in Cubikolor matches the color of the block on the floor, it rises. If the color that is on our block does not match the color on the floor the tile drops. So the core game play mechanic in Cubikolor is to get the colors in the right spot to move the blocks to get us through the puzzle levels. I noticed in certain levels we need do areas in a specific order to progress properly.

The circle button in Cubikolor is a rewind. That way families can reverse any actions they did if they get their block stuck somewhere. Trust me you will get your block stuck in a variety of places trying to progress. I found no hints in Cubikolor. The square button in Cubikolor completely resets a level if the player wants to totally reset the level. I normally used the rewind button.

There are one hundred and fifty levels in Cubikolor. Which is quite a few for a game that is currently selling for $7.99. There are no physical copies of Cubikolor on any of the systems it is on. The graphics have a neon feel to them generally. I learned it is easy to rotate the camera around in Cubikolor. If you are wondering, Cubikolor is a challenging video game.

The music in Cubikolor is the kind I enjoy listening to. The robot in Cubikolor reminded me of GLADOS. Casual gamers will most likely want to pass on Cubikolor due to the difficulty. I did not find any easy mode or way to skip levels if you get completely stumped. I enjoyed my time with this puzzler that clocks in under four hundred megs in download size.
- Teen Gamer


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 90%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 90%

System: PC/Xbox One/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Moving Player
Developer: Fractal Box
Rating: 'NR' - Not Rated
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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