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Q.U.B.E. 2 announced for PS4, Project Morpheus

Q.U.B.E. 2, the follow-up to Toxic Games' first-person puzzler, is coming to PlayStation 4, the developer revealed this week via the PlayStation Blog. Since the release of the original Q.U.B.E., the developer has been hard at work...

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

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. Relea...

 
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Real savings on this Unreal Steam bundle

Just when you thought your wallet was safe from Steam sales, something like this bundle drops. In it we see seven games, each using the Unreal engine, for just twenty bucks. These aren't just any Unreal engine games either; there are some g...

 
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First-person puzzle game Q.U.B.E. headed to Wii U

This past weekend, Toxic Games quietly announced the Wii U version of first-person puzzler Q.U.B.E. with the image above. "We are really looking forward to releasing on the console, we heard there aren't many games available on the con...

 
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Q.U.B.E. soundtrack and Collector's Edition are inbound

It always gives me the warm fuzzies to see independent PC games get post-release collector's editions at retail. Toxic Games' first-person puzzle title Q.U.B.E. is the latest to get such a treatment. This CE will bundle the soundtrack and s...

 
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Review: Q.U.B.E.

In 2007 a game featuring inter-spatial portals and physics-based gameplay came out of nowhere. Only two hours long, it was a demo, proof of concept, an experience that created an unlikely pairing between the first-person shooter and puzzle ...

 
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Portal-esque first-person puzzler Q.U.B.E. available now

Even now, four years after the release of Portal, few studios have ventured into the relatively unexplored first-person puzzle subgenre. Luckily for those of us yearning for more, Indie Fund recipient Toxic Games has crashed the party with ...

 
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Preview: Q.U.B.E.

Q.U.B.E. is an upcoming independent first-person puzzle game that started life as a student project. The fact that it was playable at PAX Prime as an Indie Fund recipient should be all that needs to be said about how it has since grown. Eve...

 

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