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Cube Crash 2

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Cube Crash 2 is the sequel to the addicting match 3 game Cube Crash. Cube Crash 2 offers a new, exciting, fast paced Arcade game play mode as well as the original Classic game play mode.

In Arcade mode click to remove groups of 3 cubes of the same color to recharge your powerups and collect gemstones. Use your lightning bolts, bombs and various other powerups to destroy cubes or collect gems, but watch out for items in the grid which can damage you.

If the fast paced play of Arcade is too much then check out the original game play of the Cube Crash in Classic mode. There is no time limit and the goal is to maximize your score as much as possible.

Edit: You can adjust the blockset, voices (on/off), sfx & music volume from within the options/menu.

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This is a great game to pass the time with. Gameplay is solid and it's super satisfying to progress. I noticed that the music and the visuals of the game didn't feel fluent at times, though. For example, there's this really surreal music and fantasy setting in some of the visuals, but the aggressive "AWESOME" sound and blunt blockiness of the cubes and the UI comes from a completely different game. It's confusing and jarring in an otherwise enjoyable experience.

EarthWind responds:

Hello, thanks for the review.

You can turn off the voice sounds in the options menu. The graphic will still appear, but not the sound.

I'm not sure what you mean by the ui / cubes come from a different game. These blocks/cubes were created from scratch by myself and the ui with an artist I guided. Unless you mean they don't fit, I'm not sure with your wording.

If you don't like the blocks you can select from different ones in the options menu. Although, through much testing it was found that the full square/blockish ones mixed best with the gems and powerups to provide a better experience. Trust me, I went through many many blocks that didn't work and there are still blocks in the game I still don't like but though people might like different stuff so I left them.

The fantasy setting is exactly what I was going for, like bejeweled. The voices can be overpowering at times, some people like it and some don't... Good thing you can turn it off :)

I better let the game speak for itself.

EarthWind responds:

Thanks

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Dec 19, 2012
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Puzzles - Falling
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