Cubemen 2 is a fast paced, action packed, original 3D Strategy game where you use your little Cubemen units to defend and attack enemies in a range of awesome game modes including CTF, Skirmish, Territory and more.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (110 reviews)
Release Date: Apr 8, 2013
Popular user-defined tags for this product:

Sign in to add this game to your wishlist or mark as not interested

Buy Cubemen 2

Includes the official soundtrack.

Buy Cubemen 2 2-Pack

Includes the official soundtrack and an extra copy of the game in your inventory to send to a friend.

Packages that include this game

Buy Cubemen Bundle

Includes the official soundtrack.


Recent updates View all (7)

August 14

Cubemen 2 v1.25 is now out!

Welcome to Version 1.25

Note: This update brings Cubemen2 inline with our up-coming Cubemen 2 Wii-U release.


  • Improved profile page when reaching max level
  • Improved trapping for network issues/errors

  • Fixed online ping times not being detected properly
  • Fixed a bug that could cause replaying an online game fail for some players
  • Fixed a bunch of cases where player names would hang over UI boundaries
  • Lots of little network play and UI fixes

2 comments Read more

May 20

Cubemen 2 v1.23 is now out!

Welcome to Version 1.23


  • Passwords for private online games are no longer case sensitive

  • Fixed resource distribution on online games
  • Fixed resources being double added at game start on some game modes
  • Fixed some Team end of game UI being wrong

Note: This version has a new internal network version, so it will only allow MP games against other Steam users until we push iOS and MAS versions out.

0 comments Read more


“Cubemen 2 is a fun and unique experience that most strategy buffs would do well to try at least once.”
8/10 – Dads Gaming Addiction

“All in all this game is a very nice piece of work, being a fan of the original I am really glad to see how the series has come along!”
8/10 – Out Of The Box

About This Game

Cubemen 2 is a fast paced, action packed, original 3D Strategy game where you use your little Cubemen units to defend and attack enemies in a range of awesome game modes including CTF, Skirmish, Territory and more.

For the multi-player enthusiasts, you can compete in up to 6 player online Solo or Team battles against other humans or AI, for the top spot on the global rankings. Host your own online games or join other games in the easy to use game lobby.

For those that prefer the single-player experience, Cubemen 2 offers 2 unique single-player game modes plus a Campaign mode, all with online rankings so you can compete against the worlds best.

Cubemen 2 offers enough variety to satisfy everyones strategy gaming needs.

Play on an almost endless supply of new and exciting user generated levels, or launch the easy to use built in level editor and make and share your own. All levels are stored locally so you can play your favorites when offline.

Key Features:

  • Five outstanding game modes including CTF, Territory and Rescue!
  • Customizable unit skins... Play as Cowboys, Knights or even Luchadores!
  • Built in Level Editor to play and share your own levels
  • Customizable level themes... Choose from over 20 styles
  • No static towers. Move your Cubemen around the level and attack or defend at will
  • Campaign mode where you compete against others for a global ranking
  • Up to 6 player cross-platform multi-player carnage
  • Find new online levels to play with a single click
  • Nine specialised unit types including path blockers, mines and freeze lightning
  • Real 3D levels with Teleporters, Healing Stations and floating platforms
  • Online ranking for all game modes
  • Teams and individual multi-player games against Humans, AI or both!
  • Clean, rich and simplistic visuals that keep the focus on the strategy
  • All skins and themes in Cubemen 2 on Steam are now permanently free
Original soundtrack for Cubemen and Cubemen 2, Composed by Levan Iordanishvili.
Track list:
  • Cubemen 1 Main Theme
  • Ricky Rockets
  • Flint Flamer
  • Frill Grunt
  • Moty Mortar
  • Laslo Laser
  • Fred Freezer
  • Sid Sniper
  • Mike Medic
  • Cubemen 2 Main Theme
  • Waly Wall
  • Milo Mine
  • Larry Lightning
  • Cubemen 2 Rock On
  • Cubemen 1 Main Theme Piano
  • Cubemen 1 Main Theme Sheet Music

    The soundtrack will download to your computer to the following location .../SteamApps/common/Cubemen 2/Soundtrack folder.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP, or later
    • Processor: Intel or AMD
    • Memory: 1GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 200MB
    • Video Card: Nvidia 8000, Radeon HD3000, Intel HD ( No GMA9xx )
    • DirectX®: 9.0c or above
    • OS: 10.6 +
    • Processor: Intel Only
    • Memory: 1GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 200MB
    • Video Card: Nvidia 8000, Radeon HD3000, Intel HD ( No GMA9xx )

    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 +
    • Processor: 2 Ghz Intel or AMD
    • Memory: 1GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 200MB
    • Video Card: OpenGL 2.0 Nvidia 8000, Radeon HD3000, Intel HD ( No GMA9xx )

    • Sound: OS Compatible sound card with latest drivers
Helpful customer reviews
3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.6 hrs on record
Really well done! Enjoyed the first Cubemen, and I'm loving the second so far. The developers really made improvements all around, from the menus, to the characters, to gameplay and modes.. etc. Def worth the buy, would love to see more people on playing again, I know my crew will be. Great job *cha-chiing!*
Posted: June 21
Was this review helpful? Yes No
3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
21.5 hrs on record
Cubemen 2 is like a combination of RTS and Chess.
It can be fairly repetitive, deplying units over and over again and adjusting their formation to decrease the chance of their death, but at the same time, you can use all sorts of different tactics to control the field.
It's also a little easier and more dynamic than the original Cubemen.
Posted: April 13
Was this review helpful? Yes No
3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
36.7 hrs on record
Thumbs up!
Posted: June 22
Was this review helpful? Yes No
4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
Give it a chance. You'd be surprised who's breaking up the new order.

Stupid games. Scatterbrained games. Half-baked, dozy developers! We are angler of a watery expanse, the salt chuck composed of lowly, high-budget, invulnerable endeavors, forced down the throats of whiny PC-owning, sweaty computers and consumers. Yet, in this miserable ocean, a lone seafarer of incomparable greatness, treads along these hopeless economic waters, with the row of 3d firs person shooter's retribution, and paddle-boat of introspective creation. This sailor lays waste to all sweaty ogres and gross trolls in the way!!! Sea Snakes (EA games), Monsters (FunCom), very poisonous sea anenomes (BigHouse Games), and the sea serpent of them all (Minecraft ripoffs), have attempted to destroy our noble warrior but the spirit of promising individual economic pursuit and unfiltered, dynamic, organic game generation.

Standing miles away from the steed's overwhelmingly luminscent vessel, stands yourself. A clear, uncomplicated PC-gamer, ready to get his hands on the next big release, like Valve's "Left For Dead 2", Minecraft (from Sweden), or Starcraft. Those were the memories that remind you today what big, things, mean! Suddenly, the largest tsunami you could even see comes crashing into your frail teenage body, densely compressed water projectiles penetrating your life-source™. You are drowning. Big time. Oxygen out of your longs like nobody could know, and then, crash, punches from the sea. Grand theft auto throws a fist into your meesly, uneducated and easily entertained stomach, while Super Hexagon, and the likes of other joke titles of the 2012 indie "community" come splashing into your earing holes. Now, now. Don't be afraid. It's like you've seen god. (long break here before you read the next part) You've seen god a million times in a single second. This hero from the boat out of the tsunami of fu ked up games reaches for you hand and takes you along.

At the fastest speed ever, much more than light, you are exposed to a new reality. Your new comrade's unparalleled navigation skills take you to a stellar new reality. Here, in his hand (one box), he hands you the game: Cubemen 2. Now, sure, you may have been the hotshot who thought he'd be alive when his grandkids could buy this game, but this was no joke. You feel the game's unique physical presence, much like its effect on PC-gamers in the cyber universe. You delve into this portal of freedom. You feel lifted from the obligations of rushed-out, hollywood mega graphix, game games. Cubemen 2's incentivizing achievements, complicated gamemodes rivaling league of legends and mobas combined, awesome skin customization, and general reliability as a serious gaming situation, ramps up the intensity that the original title obtained awareness for.

I'm surely not one to romanticize my thoughts on sequels, but for the first time ever, I'd really love to take this one out on an e-date.

Cubemen 2, 2000 hours won't even fill your void for this game. Not even.

Please buy!
Posted: June 11
Was this review helpful? Yes No
1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
18.2 hrs on record
Dont know why, but i like it.
Good tower defence with team/versus modes.
Take 2-pack during sale to play with/against friend.
Posted: September 22
Was this review helpful? Yes No
18 of 22 people (82%) found this review helpful
3.0 hrs on record
I haven't played cubemen since the release of the new updates, so I will be updating this review once I have had the chance to test out the new unit balances.

If you're not playing this game to compete with friends, but rather just occasionally compete against the AI then you will probably enjoy this game. It offers interesting new features such a placing mines and building walls, which allow you to control the enemy flow. By using special units you or the enemy can disassemble the walls. The AI are rather simple and in reality offer no competition even on the hardest difficulty. Although, unlike the first cubemen the interesting feature this one has to offer is that the units can be upgraded. This means you can build armies up with strong weak units rather than more expensive units. The problem is this leads to unbalances. In the original if you lost the first fight you could send your cubemen out and kill the unit that killed yours without too much difficulty now the player can heal the unit by upgrading it and you're stuck in second place for the rest of the game. Because the new unit has upgraded range and damage so winning the second round with your un-upgraded stock unit is not too likely.

The campaign is just mission after mission with no story, random levels, and increasing wave numbers. The campaign is rather lacking as the enemy does not possess special units so you can easily control enemy flow by using wall placements. I also found myself only ever using Grill units throughout the campaign and just upgrading them. You will also notice there is no saving throughout the campaign so you may want to reserve about three hours to give yourself enough time to play through it.

The Price:
Cubemen 2, another installment to the Cubemen series. The game is sort of fun, and if you can get it for under $1.99 then it’s not a bad price either. This game is on the itunes app store for $1.99 so the fact it is here for $7.99 just seems plain ridiculous.

All in all I am going to recommend this game, but only if you can get it for the right price. $7.99 is absurd and honestly I am amazed 3 Sprockets has the audacity to ask for such a high figure with this game. Despite the price 3 Sprockets offers a fun little games; Cubemen 2 has interesting game types which offer new strategies not demanded from the first game and a map editor so you can create your maps that optimize each game type. If you ever played Warcraft III and liked Footman Wars then this is probably the game for you.

+Map editor
+New units (that allow you to control enemy flow)
+Unit upgrades
+New game types (that allow for players to not just perfect one strategy)
+Smoother gameplay

-Boring campaign
-Units can be hard to click sometimes resulting in the unit you were last on running next to the location of the unit you want to select (should have a different select and move key)
-The health tile heals too rapidly (one player can easily hold the health tile)
-Sometimes units do not turn by themselves instead they just stop fighting when units walk past their periphery.
-Does not have the epic menu music like in the original cubemen.
Posted: February 23
Was this review helpful? Yes No