If you were a kid in the mid-2000s to the early-2010s, then you surely remember Flash and Shockwave games. Among these games, there was a somewhat popular genre which was that of 3D platformers in which you navigate cubes/cuboids over a grid. Obviously, these 3D platformers didn’t get stuck in Flash/Shockwave land and somebody decided to create one with GameMaker.
This game is Cubic Conundrum, by Eric Wieber (forthw), and it will undoubtedly make some of us nostalgic. As the above suggests, this game is a pretty simple platformer but it has some punch to it which makes it worth playing. Unlike other 3D platformers, this one doesn’t have you going from point A to point B but it makes you have to colour in certain locations on the grid.
Colouring these locations is done by going a colour block, getting on it with a block face (which automatically puts that colour on that side of the cube) and then you have to transport that colour to the appropriate location without touching anything else with the coloured face.
This game has 25 levels, some background music and it accepts input via both the d-pad and analogue stick so you can play it however you like.
To download Cubic Conundrum, check out this recently posted (10 hours ago, as of publishing this article) Reddit thread.
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