Cubicity is a physics-based puzzle game. You play the role of Seamus, a curious guy who can't seem to keep himself out of trouble. Help him figure out how to make it home in one piece!
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Mostly Positive (13 reviews) - 76% of the 13 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Feb 12, 2015

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“Two thumbs up (unless you’re Goro) is to be given to the developers of this game.”
9/10 – Yeousch

“In terms of presentation, Cubicity goes above and beyond from what I’m used to in puzzle games.”
4/5 – Average Joe Gaming

“If you are into puzzles and you can manage stress levels, you’ll have fun with this game.”
4/5 – 3rd Strike

About This Game

Our hero Seamus can't fly, but he never touches the ground. Instead, he hangs by a rope and harness as he maneuvers his way through over 60 challenging puzzles!
In Cubicity, you pass across five worlds, in each world he'll need to acquire new weapons and learn new strategies in order to solve the increasingly difficult puzzles that block his path.

Part action/adventure, part puzzle/strategy, you'll need to be both smart and quick-fingered to reach the end. Are you up for the challenge?

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz+ Dual Core Processor or higher
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB VRAM with Shader Model 2.0 support and needs a directX 10 capable video card.
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Xbox 360 controller officially supported
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz+ Dual Core Processor or higher
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB VRAM with Shader Model 2.0 support and needs a directX 10 capable video card.
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Xbox 360 controller officially supported
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Mostly Positive (13 reviews)
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HeadShot
( 1.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 20, 2015
Good idea, boring gameplay... If you have patience to play it, try it.
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MysticGamer
( 0.5 hrs on record )
Posted: March 11, 2015
When i first got this game I wasn't quite sure what it was. After firing it up I realized it is a great puzzle game. You control this sewer jumping guy and with nothing but a magnet you plunge in and tackle the various rooms. As you progress you get new tools to get through the various obstacle. I find this game alot of fun and with no time limit there is no stress to figuring out the levels quickly. I recommend trying out this game.
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Inspiral
( 9.0 hrs on record )
Posted: February 22, 2015
A short and sweet physics puzzler with a lot of charm. I intended to play its 60 levels mainly in coffee breaks but got so hooked I ended up playing Cubicity when I should have been working. Nowhere near as hard as, say, LogiGun or Great Permutator, but challenging enough to be satisfying when you complete it. And the achievements are all attainable without grinding for hours, which is always a plus. Recommended!
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Kelly Osbourne
( 2.2 hrs on record )
Posted: February 19, 2015
Cubicity is a simple puzzle game starring a curious little troublemaker called Seamus. After diving head first down an open manhole he finds himself hanging by a rope in a cavernous underground world, dominated by magnets, electricity and physics. If he wishes to return home he’ll need to best the puzzles that this strange new place holds and get to grips with the laws of physics as well.

Using his magnet gun, Seamus can pick up multiple blocks at a time and stack them on top of each other, but why he has this awesome contraption is anybody’s guess! Initially the puzzles are very simple, relying on you to simply stack blocks on top of one another so that you can place a specific block within a small square box. Doing so allows you to move on to the next area and gets Seamus one step closer to home, too! As you progress through Cubicity‘s 60 or so levels things become tougher and involve more elements. You will always be trying to place one of the cubes within a box, but doing it can become incredibly difficult.

The game features five different worlds, each with their own quirks. World one has you getting to grips with the controls of the magnet gun, and acquainting yourself with the world’s physics, whereas the following levels introduce new challenges. A portal gun, as well as the ability to join multiple blocks into one single block, soon follow further ramping up the challenge. While many of the game’s puzzles are overly simplified, Cubicity‘s later challenges are so deceptively simple that I felt foolish for having sat for 20 minutes without being able to figure out the solution.

Puzzle solving is the game’s main component but Cubicity also relies on sharp reflexes and quick thinking. Sometimes you’ll need to quickly arrange blocks in a certain order, or fire multiple portals whilst observing the blocks you are trying to move, which can be quite tricky in practice. Truth be told, in these situations I often felt like I fluked out and somehow got the blocks in place by sheer luck which felt a little cheap.

Controlling Seamus is a breeze, but using some of his gadgets can be a bit finicky. Some puzzles require a certain degree of precision that is hard to attain in certain situations. In a number of puzzles you have to join a number of blocks together in a certain formation and be able to balance them as well. Sadly, the magnet gun doesn’t allow for that kind of accuracy, meaning that these particular puzzles can be frustrating – especially if you know the solution but just can’t quite position things correctly.

I can’t really complain though, for the price of a sandwich you get a few hours of solid, head-scratching puzzle entertainment. So make like Seamus and dive in head first.
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With thanks to the developer for providing a review copy. You can find my original review here:
http://criticalindiegamer.com/2015/02/cubicity-indie-puzzle-game-review-pc/
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Scorpion5427
( 3.4 hrs on record )
Pre-Release Review
Posted: February 15, 2015
Great game two thumbs up!! Great game for people of all ages. My 9 year old, 5 year old and myself have all had multiple hours of fun playing this game and trying to figure out its many puzzels. Highly recommended this game to all my friends.
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MkayShock Madness
( 3.7 hrs on record )
Posted: February 13, 2015
So I had this game on my wishlist since I saw it on upcoming on steam and bought it instantly on release.
This game is about a guy called Seamus, who was too curious and jumped into a canalisation. Now he has to solve puzzle, where he has to get a cube to a specific area, to escape this madness.
The puzzles are seperated into five world each with 13 level, so quite a lot of puzzle to solve.
To solve these about 60 puzzle you first begin with one tool, a magnet, with it you can grab metal cubes and some metals board.
Later you also get a portal gun, a merge gun, which merges several cubes to one object so you can grab all of them at once with the magnet and a magnetizing gun, which makes cubes magnetic, so they attract other metal cubes.
Overall the puzzles aren't that hard except a few and at the end you will also have an endboss, which was kinda annoying in my opinion, but not that big of a deal.
So if you like puzzle games, you should buy this game, because it's totally worth it's price, because you will have fun with that game for about 3-4 hours. :)
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
16 of 18 people (89%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: February 13, 2015
So I had this game on my wishlist since I saw it on upcoming on steam and bought it instantly on release.
This game is about a guy called Seamus, who was too curious and jumped into a canalisation. Now he has to solve puzzle, where he has to get a cube to a specific area, to escape this madness.
The puzzles are seperated into five world each with 13 level, so quite a lot of puzzle to solve.
To solve these about 60 puzzle you first begin with one tool, a magnet, with it you can grab metal cubes and some metals board.
Later you also get a portal gun, a merge gun, which merges several cubes to one object so you can grab all of them at once with the magnet and a magnetizing gun, which makes cubes magnetic, so they attract other metal cubes.
Overall the puzzles aren't that hard except a few and at the end you will also have an endboss, which was kinda annoying in my opinion, but not that big of a deal.
So if you like puzzle games, you should buy this game, because it's totally worth it's price, because you will have fun with that game for about 3-4 hours. :)
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12 of 12 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
9.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 22, 2015
A short and sweet physics puzzler with a lot of charm. I intended to play its 60 levels mainly in coffee breaks but got so hooked I ended up playing Cubicity when I should have been working. Nowhere near as hard as, say, LogiGun or Great Permutator, but challenging enough to be satisfying when you complete it. And the achievements are all attainable without grinding for hours, which is always a plus. Recommended!
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11 of 11 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 19, 2015
Cubicity is a simple puzzle game starring a curious little troublemaker called Seamus. After diving head first down an open manhole he finds himself hanging by a rope in a cavernous underground world, dominated by magnets, electricity and physics. If he wishes to return home he’ll need to best the puzzles that this strange new place holds and get to grips with the laws of physics as well.

Using his magnet gun, Seamus can pick up multiple blocks at a time and stack them on top of each other, but why he has this awesome contraption is anybody’s guess! Initially the puzzles are very simple, relying on you to simply stack blocks on top of one another so that you can place a specific block within a small square box. Doing so allows you to move on to the next area and gets Seamus one step closer to home, too! As you progress through Cubicity‘s 60 or so levels things become tougher and involve more elements. You will always be trying to place one of the cubes within a box, but doing it can become incredibly difficult.

The game features five different worlds, each with their own quirks. World one has you getting to grips with the controls of the magnet gun, and acquainting yourself with the world’s physics, whereas the following levels introduce new challenges. A portal gun, as well as the ability to join multiple blocks into one single block, soon follow further ramping up the challenge. While many of the game’s puzzles are overly simplified, Cubicity‘s later challenges are so deceptively simple that I felt foolish for having sat for 20 minutes without being able to figure out the solution.

Puzzle solving is the game’s main component but Cubicity also relies on sharp reflexes and quick thinking. Sometimes you’ll need to quickly arrange blocks in a certain order, or fire multiple portals whilst observing the blocks you are trying to move, which can be quite tricky in practice. Truth be told, in these situations I often felt like I fluked out and somehow got the blocks in place by sheer luck which felt a little cheap.

Controlling Seamus is a breeze, but using some of his gadgets can be a bit finicky. Some puzzles require a certain degree of precision that is hard to attain in certain situations. In a number of puzzles you have to join a number of blocks together in a certain formation and be able to balance them as well. Sadly, the magnet gun doesn’t allow for that kind of accuracy, meaning that these particular puzzles can be frustrating – especially if you know the solution but just can’t quite position things correctly.

I can’t really complain though, for the price of a sandwich you get a few hours of solid, head-scratching puzzle entertainment. So make like Seamus and dive in head first.
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With thanks to the developer for providing a review copy. You can find my original review here:
http://criticalindiegamer.com/2015/02/cubicity-indie-puzzle-game-review-pc/
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
3.4 hrs on record
Pre-Release Review
Posted: February 15, 2015
Great game two thumbs up!! Great game for people of all ages. My 9 year old, 5 year old and myself have all had multiple hours of fun playing this game and trying to figure out its many puzzels. Highly recommended this game to all my friends.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 11, 2015
When i first got this game I wasn't quite sure what it was. After firing it up I realized it is a great puzzle game. You control this sewer jumping guy and with nothing but a magnet you plunge in and tackle the various rooms. As you progress you get new tools to get through the various obstacle. I find this game alot of fun and with no time limit there is no stress to figuring out the levels quickly. I recommend trying out this game.
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1 of 6 people (17%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: April 20, 2015
Good idea, boring gameplay... If you have patience to play it, try it.
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