Xcube – A Unique Puzzle Game

Puzzle games have challenged human beings for centuries. To put it into perspective, that’s a whole lot longer than the iPhone and iPad have been around. In fact, the first tablets that puzzles were played on were actual tablets. The kind made of stone that probably had a commandment or two etched into them.

But for modern puzzle gamers, few resources are quite as ready, willing, and able to challenge to the problem-solving side of our brain as our iOS devices. With literally thousands (if not tens, or even hundreds of thousands) of puzzle games to choose from on the App Store, it’s sometimes hard to not feel paralyzed by choice. Lucky for you, iPhoneGlance is your ferryman through these troubled waters. Here is one amazing recommendation for a puzzle game – Xcube!

What is Xcube?

It is a unique, fun and addictive rotatable cube placement based puzzle game for iOS users of any age. Full of great features and designed with intuitive touch screen controls and beautiful colors, this game can challenge anyone! If you become a part of it you will be able to enjoy a next generation puzzle game.

How to Play?

The rules of Xcube are simple. All you got to do is fill a 360 degree rotatable cube with the given objects, fill a horizontal or vertical line and see it destroyed. Clear sides of the cube to place new shapes and be careful when clearing, always leave area for incoming shapes. By destroying lines you earn points until cube is filled and there is no place for the incoming objects, then you lose the game. The game features a more difficult mode as well – the Rubicks mode where you have to fill the color based faces with the matched color. But be careful when you add shapes into one corner, you are blocking another side of the cube. You need to solve your own puzzle.

Take your iPhone or iPad, download Xcube from the App Store for free, pick your own theme and concept, choose colors of your taste and enjoy a fun gameplay!

Puzzle games have challenged human beings for centuries. To put it into perspective, that's a whole lot longer than the iPhone and iPad have been around. In fact, the first tablets that puzzles were played on were actual tablets. The kind made of stone that probably had a commandment or two etched into them. But for modern puzzle gamers, few resources are quite as ready, willing, and able to challenge to the problem-solving side of our brain as our iOS devices. With literally thousands (if not tens, or even hundreds of thousands) of puzzle games to choose from on the…
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