IGN writes: "Last year Rubik's World was released on Wii and largely overlooked by gamers. Hard to blame them -- just how does the iconic Rubik's Cube translate into a videogame? The answer: it doesn't exactly, which is why Rubik's World was a collection of puzzle games with little in common with the toy except that it included colored blocks. The group of brain teasers had its ups and downs but its lack of consistency and the general feeling of "meh" it created for critics only earned it an average review score of 5.9. Now comes Rubik's Puzzle Galaxy: Rush on WiiWare, and what do you know -- it's really good! Cut out all the mini-games, focus on just one that works well, and slash the price down to $6 and you've got yourself a terrific downloadable puzzle game."