Cut the Cube is a fun strategy game that’s similar to games like Fruit Ninja but with an interesting twist.
The cubes move from left to right across the screen but instead of swiping your screen like a maniac you have to tap where you want to go so you can hit the cube to cut it and earn points.
Created by Epic Story Studio, Cut the Cube’s quick gameplay makes it perfect to play between those times during the week where you find yourself waiting in line somewhere, whether at the DMV or a restaurant.
Cut the Cube features a fun, simple, and easy-to-play game that lets you easily share your score with your pals. Cut the Cube is basically one infinite level that gradually gets harder the longer you play it without making mistakes.
You get two “lives” in Cut the Cube, and after you make two mistakes, it’s game over. You can only cut three out of the four colors (of which there is: red, yellow, blue, and green), so a bit of quick thinking is required in order to not slice the “untouchable” cube.
To add to the game, from time to time you’re told which color you have to avoid, so it’s always changing.
Cut the Cube offers a variety of combos and special powers (e.g. various types of bombs), that further enhance the gameplay. You can add to the number of lives you get in the game via IAPs.
Overall, Cut the Cube is a charming game to whittle away the time.
Appearance and Layout
The appearance of Cut the Cube is splendid with friendly cubes bouncing around and easy-going attractive colors being used. The graphics are well-developed and the font type used is clean, modern, and pleasant to read.
The layout is simple to understand and navigate through, although the game does take a few tries to understand (helpful hint: when a color appears on the screen, such as “Red,” then red cubes are the “untouchable” cubes and the player should only cut the cubes that are not colored red).
Overall, it looks and feels great, so try it out and let us know what you think in the comments below!
Cut the Cube is free but is ad-supported. This means that when you first start the game and during a pause you’ll see a full-screen ad. There is also a small footer ad at the bottom of the screen during gameplay. All in all though they are not intrusive and not much of an interference at all.
Also, as already stated, Cut the Cube does have several IAPs available that can upgrade the number of mistake cells (lives) for the player.
This game is entertaining, fun to play, and the level of replayability is decent. That being said we would like to see some complexity added to the game as Cut the Cube could become repetitive after awhile.
Overall, Cut the Cube is a great game to challenge your friends, coworkers, and family members with so check it out.
Cut the Cube requires Android 2.3 and up. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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