Universal Cubether (by Mandigondo) - puzzle game with jelly cubes - I'm looking for beta testers

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  1. Mandigondo

    Mandigondo Active Member

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    #1 Mandigondo, Feb 7, 2020
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    Hi my name is Michal and I'm looking for beta testers for my cubic puzzle game - Cubether. In cubether, each cube moves in a certain way, which is why cubes must work together to solve puzzles.

    If you want to check the game beforehand and send your opinion, now is your chance. If you are eager for beta testing, please send me a direct message and provide your e-mail to which the game link will be sent.

    Cubether will be released in the App Store on March 20, 2020 for $ 1.99.

    UPDATE:
    For those who are afraid to give me an e-mail and are still interested in testing the game, below you will find the link to the game:
    https://testflight.apple.com/join/HnDuRFuZ

    The following trailer shows some of the mechanics in the game:


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    More screenshots at http://mandigondo.com/cubether
     
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  2. gingerbeardman

    gingerbeardman Well-Known Member

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    I just signed up for beta.

    I’m intrigued because I just watched trailer 2 and have no idea what was happening, which part of what I was seeing was user input or which was game animation.

    I'll try the game
     
  3. gingerbeardman

    gingerbeardman Well-Known Member

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    Sent some feedback through TF
     
  4. Mandigondo

    Mandigondo Active Member

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    Thanks for your feedback. :) It's interesting what you wrote in your feedback. Do you think it's still a good time to change the level structure?
     

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