Let us acquire one thing straight. Theshape you control in Brain Cube is not really a cube, like the titleof the logic-dependent puzzler would have you believe. It is acuboid. The whole premise of the game is dependent on this fact, thusI felt it essential to flag up the issue as soon as possible.Considering this is a game of the brain-tickling variety, certainlysomeone at the developer Ximad should be able to tell the difference?

Geometric pedantry aside, Brain Cube isstandard shape, space, and logic-based puzzle game. You control acuboid, on the purpose of plunging it length-ways into a setdestination. It is a puzzle design that has beenrepeated many times, not just on mobile devices but also in dozens ofbrowser games. The finer details such like the obstacles involvedmight be variants on the usual template, but suffice to say you willexperience it as soon as you watch it.

It is not a new concept, but nor is italways straightforward. There are spikes that you have to deactivateusing switches, wooden panels that fall away from under you if youstand on them vertically , and glass panels that fall away later youhave crossed them. Later levels as well watched the cuboid split intotwo pieces, thus increasing the difficulty and taking the gamefurther into line on its own name.

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Merely not rather. ‘BrainCubes’ would be an evenly evident misnomer, as splitting your shapeis a uncommon challenge, instead of something that occurs in eachlevel. There are 50 of these levels spread during five chapters, onthe first level of each being accessible from the begin, in keepingon the anti-frustration laws most puzzle game developers have somehowunilaterally adopted.

Sadly, this does not actually feel as amuch more, specifically viewing many other titles are offering levelsin the hundreds or as well coming up on randomly generated ones.Italso does not bring a much more of time to solve a level. As if youare intellectually stumped by it, you can eventually luck your way tothe finish just by trial and error. While you do acquire more pointsfor finishing in the fewest moves, there is not much else to lose bytaking your time. It might be good for a wasted hour or two, and itwill surely appeal to the no-nonsense logic-minded Sudokutrolls thatlive among us. But Brain Cube lacks the character and longevity ofother puzzlers on the market.