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Mar 7, 2009 | 1:24 AM EST

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Wow! I finally have a file I made that wasn't blammed (yet)! Thank you for keeping this up here, Tom and thank you everyone else for keeping the votes high enough!

I am currently working on a save feature that will allow you to save your cube and open it back up at a later time

One thing I have to say: Since this game is a Rubik's Cube game, I have a whole lot of trouble solving it.

CONTROLS
Click on the way you wish to turn from one of the 3 options on the left hand side and then click on a row or column on the cube to rotate it. You have to move the mouse in the opposite direction than the way in which you want to turn while holding the button down. Also, press and hold the mouse button on the background and move your mouse to rotate the Cube.

PLEASE REVIEW!!! I want to know what everyone thinks of my game.

(C)2009 by Adam Young

Reviews


emptywindowemptywindow

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It was okay.

I beat it on both modes, but it was really hard to control. it should be moved on a click and hold basis. It moves which ever direction you move the mouse when you hold it.



Trak888Trak888

Rated 1 / 5 stars

Beta?

I could swear newgrounds said no betas or demos in the main portal...


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AngelSierraAngelSierra

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty Good

Not bad, its still a little hard to maneuver the cube though


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TheOppentarTheOppentar

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Lovely, lovely job.

Man, I wonder why no one has though of this yet... Very good job anyway. If you could put a 'back' button, a 'link' button and a bunch of different types of rubix cubes ( say, the 2 by 2 by 2 and the 4 by 4 by 4 ) and easy medium and normal modes, then this might end up on the frontpage.


AdamYoung27 responds:

Couldn't fit any but one cube type and still allow the SWF to be less than ten megabytes. I will try to make an alpha version that has a 2x2, 3x3, 4x4, 5x5, etc all the way up to 20x20 so people of all skill levels will be able to have fun playing my game.


hersheydesaihersheydesai

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very good

I love the simplicity of the animation. Just a suggestion. You could try adding a background music. Keep it as an option for those who want to hear it or keep it muted.

Just my opinion because it takes a really long time for some people to solve the cube and annoyance levels increase at times...music would soothe them a bit :P
Well, atleast it would calm me down...


AdamYoung27 responds:

I tried putting music in the game, but for some reason when I published the SWF, the music did not get in the file no matter what I tried, so this is all you get until I make the alpha version, which might take some time since I don't use Flash that often.