iPhone Mini Review – Monster Cube
By Simon Burns On 27 Jul, 2012 At 01:13 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Mini App Review, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Our Mini App Reviews are quick looks into apps that may well have passed under your radar, but may in fact be worth a look, and possibly even a purchase. Have a peek at today’s app and see if you think it is worth your time and money.

Monster Cube

Match three style puzzle games really are ten a penny on the App Store, so it is refreshing to see a developer tackle the genre from a different angle. Monster Cube tackles the genre from several angles, as in the game you are playing a match three game on a giant 3D cube.

Now, this may seem intimidating, but fear not, as the game isn’t much more complicated than your average match three puzzler for iPhone, but you do have to be a little more spatially aware here. Your aim is to line up rows and columns of little cube monsters to clear each cube.

Here, in the words of the developer, are the game’s main features:

● Dozens of fun unique missions.
● Combos, Point boosters, and Fever Modes to tap into to pump up your score to epic levels.
● Interactive online leaderboards
● A Facebook Page where you can see the weekly highscore from players of all over the world and an awesome Hall of Fame. Check out from which platform gamers are playing and which of both is racking up the highest score!

The countdown is on. The monsters are all in and its up to you to pulverize them. The battlefield in Monster Cube is a vivid 3D cube layered 4 wide and 4 deep with rowdy multicolored cubic monsters, and its up to you to destroy as many of them as possible before the time runs out.

The graphics on the cube are pretty impressive, and everything rotates really smoothly with no slowdown or drops in frame rate that I could detect, and the difficulty level seems pretty spot on.

Overall a good idea is nicely executed in a decent free game that offers up something a little bit different from the average puzzler.

Monster Cube - MonsterJuice

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