With a AAA game market that continues to overdo it on the brown/grey, gritty super-realism, it’s almost become expected of indie games to have some form of eye-popping graphic design. Over the years, games like LIMBO, Journey, and even Minecraft have engaged their audience with unusual aesthetics that AAA games have barely ever touched. It’s no surprise that Qbeh-1: The Atlas Cube makes the same kind of gorgeous first impressions. Developed by Liquid Flower, Qbeh-1: The Atlas Cube is a first-person puzzle game with a downright ascendant graphic design and plenty of mind-bending, block-stacking challenges in its eerie world. While its stages have a nasty habit of overstaying their welcome, inventive mechanics and a beautiful visual design make Qbeh-1: The Atlas Cube a puzzle game with creativity to burn.