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Feb 9, 2011 | 4:35 AM EST
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A nearby galaxy is invaded by a mysterious ship dropping thousands of metal squares and robots. Little by little the metal squares are forming cubes, covering all planets. Cube Droid, a retired military robot that was left on a forgotten planetoid wakes up and embarks on a mission to remove the batteries that hold the cubes together and Save the Galaxy.

Cube Droid Saves the Galaxy is a block pushing puzzle in the spirit of the old Adventures of Lolo series on the NES ( for those of you that remember ). The first couple of levels will introduce you to the basic game play and enemies and from there on the puzzles get more and more difficult and hopefully will make you scratch your head a couple of times. When you really get stuck, press the "need a hint?" button in the game menu to jump to the walk-through videos we prepared.

Progress is saved automatically and you have unlimited lives, so the only challenge lies in the puzzles ahead. Have fun!

Reviews


KapowskiKapowski

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 16, 2011

Very awesome.

Ok, there are a MILLION games better than this one. This a very fun game for those looking for puzzing puzzes.


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DJEPITOMEDJEPITOME

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 15, 2011

FUN!

I Got Hooked On This Game. I Beat It Entirely Without Pushing The Hint Button.

Awesome Game. Very Addictive



ThermitThermit

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 14, 2011

Good but to easy

To easy but I played the game for a long time ^^



gravenfrostgravenfrost

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 13, 2011

Lots of fun!

A bit too easy... but very enjoyable to play. I think you made a mistake making 6-4 though. There's no need to ever go to the left half of the screen... I laughed when I saw it... and even more when I looked at how the walkthrough solved it.



ArtgineerArtgineer

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 13, 2011

Good puzzle game.

This is well made. It's just hard enough to present a challenge without being too difficult and it has a good learning curve. Nice job.