DescriptionIn this puzzle game players must move what is known as the light-bodied cube to pick life forces and progress to the next level. However it is not as easy as it sounds, as other squares on the board can light up, making it harder to move the cube around. On certain levels there also is a time limit and if the required number of life forces are not collected, it's game over.
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|GameSpot||May 01, 1996||7.1 out of 10||71|
|Joystick (French)||Jan, 1996||60 out of 100||60|
|PC Gamer||Feb 01, 2001||59 out of 100||59|
|Score||Feb, 1996||5 out of 10||50|
|Computer Gaming World (CGW)||Mar, 1996||50|
|PC Games (Germany)||Jan, 1996||32 out of 100||32|
|PC Joker||Jan, 1996||24 out of 100||24|
|High Score||Mar, 1996||1 out of 5||20|
|Génération 4||Jan, 1996||0|
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Licensed gameUnder license from onesong partners, the developer of Endorfun, the Japanese company T&E Soft released the similar game Cu-On-Pa for the Super Famicom and PlayStation.
MessagesContained within this game are 100 different "new age" messages that are displayed after the completion of a level. For example: "I love the world and the world loves me" is just one message you will receive.
- Computer Gaming World
- November 1996 (15th anniversary issue) –#13 Worst Back Story of All Time
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