Cubistry

4.7
2.69K reviews
100K+
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Teacher Approved
Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Cubistry is a 3D cube matching puzzle game. Rotate a cube of cubes in three dimension with a swipe of your finger and tap cubes that look the same to make them pop. There are 20 modes of play that are sure to entertain with more modes to come.
Updated on
Nov 27, 2021

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4.7
2.69K reviews
Bacon Lars
November 11, 2020
The new update has chosen a very strange font type and color. I liked how it was before and find it more jarring now. It doesn't fit very well especially when you see the title of the game. During game play the text for the timer, score, etc is slightly in the way. I think rather change it back to the old font and give players choice to choose colors? Maybe even a scalable UI? Thanks.
48 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
April 28, 2020
It's mahjong, just in a cube and with some different play styles. Could be fun, but I find the outlined text headache-inducing to read, and the graphics are... not to my taste. I like the retro vibe, but the execution is a little off, and the colors are hideous (imho). Having a selection of color palettes would help a lot. The physics are also a bit abrupt, and two-finger controls for the cube rotation would help users get the orientation right.
54 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
March 10, 2020
I have really enjoyed this game, much more than I expected to. It's very simple but always a little different. The stationary mode is my favorite, because you can get into dead ends and have to start over to take blocks in a different order. The auto rotate is fun, I would like to see a random direction setting so the cube kept changing it's rotation. It's even got good game music.
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What's new

-Language selection added to Settings.
-Bug fixes.