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CUBE: Discover Your Cleverness is a single player block-moving logic puzzle.

The object is to move a robot from the start point through to the end point in each level. Each level consists of a pat that 'floats' in space. In addition to the obvious risk of falling off the path into space there are other perils including bomb tiles, conveyor belt tiles, obstacles that must be moved out of the way.
Each level is timed. Any remaining seconds in the countdown timer when the level is completed are translated into the player's score in dollars. These can be used to buy items, such as a lantern to get through the dark levels.

The game consists of 50 such levels and can be entirely controlled by the keyboard though moving the mouse while holding down the left button will adjust the observers position while function keys change the viewpoint.


CUBE: Discover Your Cleverness Windows An alternate view of the same position
CUBE: Discover Your Cleverness Windows Each player must register, this enables the game to restart a saved game
CUBE: Discover Your Cleverness Windows Even the game's menus are tile based. Isn't 512 x 384 a really odd resolution?
CUBE: Discover Your Cleverness Windows The start of Level 2 and the first encounter with a block to be moved.

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Alternate Titles

  • "3D Puzzle Adventure" -- 2002 DICE re-release title

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CUBE : Discover Your Cleverness was M2play's first commercially successful game.


The game was acquired by Xing Interactive of Holland in 2001 and was sold in European and Asian countries. Xing later changed the name to 3D Puzzle Adventure.
piltdown_man (211147) added CUBE: Discover Your Cleverness (Windows) on Jul 15, 2011
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