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IGN: You, Me & The Cubes Review

IGN writes: "The core concept is immediately engaging, but the game doesn't restrict itself to just the limits of its original idea -- it expands upon the initial gameplay of just placing your little pseudo-humans in balanced positions on floating cubes, and introduces depth-building additional elements like enemies, surfaces with altered properties and co-operative play. What results is a 10 dollar download that works wonderfully both as a thoughtful escape for a single player, and also as a frantic new Nintendo way to partner with (or fight against) a friend.

And you've got to love the Fallos. There may have never been a more pitiable virtual people than these poor souls, forever doomed to live in constant fear of death by spinning cube".

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