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Q.U.B.E.: Against the Qlock hits Steam next week


7:00 PM on 04.30.2013



Toxic Games is sticking with its first-person puzzle game Q.U.B.E. for the foreseeable future. The Wii U version is on the way, of course, as well as extra levels for the original title on PC that are coming next week. Releasing as Against the Qlock on May 6, this new downloadable content pack will be set up like a time trial.

There are ten levels in all, complete with leaderboards and earnable medals that can be put toward unlocking the full set. Remember when that type of system used to be prevalent? I don't do well under this sort of pressure, so hopefully you will. While we're talking Q.U.B.E., it's in a bundle with other Unreal Engine-powered games on Steam. Worth checking out.








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