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Apr 12, 2006 | 9:55 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature April 14, 2006

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*I had to rename the game to CuberXtreme because some company thinks that people may confuse it with their trademark product. The changes to the Newgrounds file and the new website should be up soon.

Remove all the colored cubes from each stage, set up crazy combo chains, learn the secrets of all the special cubes, and unleash the power of your pet sprite!

Go to www.CuberXtreme.com for additional and more difficult stages after you beat the Newgrounds stages!

CuberXtreme is my first puzzle game and second submission to Newgrounds. It was a lot of fun making it, especially with the new improvements to Flash 8. I hope you'll enjoy playing it!

Reviews


SharinganMaster28SharinganMaster28

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 14, 2006

U kick ass

man this game rocked! The graphics were ausome too. I also liked the song alot. u deserve #1.



SharakinSharakin

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 19, 2006

Yay for puzzle geniuses!

Wow, I'm amazed you were able to fit so many levels and so much quality into your puzzle game! My friend and I are considering buying the full version! We were just blown away! I'm stuck on the bonus level, though. I've beaten everything else, including Emerald. Could someone please help me out?



mortalkidmortalkid

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 18, 2006

yea

good job seed but i think TOA is better



WangManWangMan

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 15, 2006

Great Job

Very challenging but not as frustrating as most. I keep coming back to try and beat one more level at a time. Props on the autosave too.



lococonolococono

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 24, 2006

Terrific!

It is just an amzaing game to play! Amazing graphics, well thought out gameplay - i perosnally feel they shouldn't be called training levels becuase the majority of them were difficult; especially the "advanced training" - clever little ideas (i especially liked the "pet" one) and it was the kind of game where you would actually have the patience to think about the levels.

The reason for this is that you know the author clearly put a lot of effort into this, and not just squibbled a few lines, drew out a few puzzles and sent it out there without bothering to check whether or not it was playable.

Terrific game; this should be saved for many years!