Cubic! Build an ARMY! Protect your grid

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  1. KeitGames

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    Available April 2, 2015

    To get notified when the game goes live, visit the Cubic! webpage:
    http://www.keitgames.com/cubic.html



    ▪ Build an army of green cubes by swiping and combining your units.
    ▪ Defend against the persistent red cubes.
    ▪ Protect your grid center and survive as long as possible.

    Cubic! is a simple game that takes your finger and turns it into a commander by letting you to direct your cubes' movement, and control an army of cubes.

    But be careful, as you can only move 1 unit at a time, and your units move in the direction they were last instructed.

    Designed for iPad, but Available on all iOS devices.

    Enjoy! :)

    Again, if you wish to get notified when the game goes live, visit the Cubic! webpage:
    http://www.keitgames.com/cubic.html
     

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  3. Pedroapan

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    Wow, looks amazing!

    Int the Appspy-video it looks like you only can have one army besides your center army, but the screens shows more. Could you explain a bit more about the game mechanics and how it controls?

    //Pedroapan
     
  4. KeitGames

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    Thank you! :)

    And yes you can move any unit you want. In the video he was only moving one unit, which is why it looked like there was only a limited amount available.

    Each turn you get to move any green unit, and the rest of your units move in the direction they were last assigned.

    Does this make sense? If not let me know. :)

    -Alex
     
  5. KeitGames

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    The first 10 people to respond to this thread (or PM me) will receive a promo code for Cubic!

    Good luck
     
  6. justplainjay

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    I'd love a promo code if there are any left!
     
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    I would much appreciate it to receive a code.

    Thanks very much
     
  8. coolpepper43

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    I am also interested in this game. If you have any codes left I would love to have one. Thank you.
     
  9. coolpepper43

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    Thanks for the promo.
    First I want to say that I am really enjoying this game. It's like a combination of a strategy game mixed with a tiny hint of threes. I like that the numbers are straight forward as to what will defeat who. The higher number trumps the smaller one. However, I still do not fully understand some scenarios where you have a bunch of you and your army and you make a move and you don't really understand what just happened. Maybe having some sort of attack like animation that shows who beat who. I think sometimes my numbers go down while attacking. Maybe add some sort of thing that pops up and says -3 or whatever so it would feel even more like a turned based strategy game. Also I don't understand how moving one of my pieces makes the others move. It seems sort of random.
     
  10. KeitGames

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    Maybe you've figured it out by now (but if not, that's fine)... But the unit you use your finger with will go in the direction you're sliding. And all other units will go in the direction they were last assigned.

    And I like that idea of showing how much was lost from the surviving unit as a way to track exactly how your units are interacting with the enemies.

    As a reminder to everyone else... There are still some promo codes left to try out Cubic!
     
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    First of all, thank you Keitgames for the promo code. Secondly, this is a cool little game. It took me all of two seconds to learn. Its kind of reminiscent of Threes, but its very different in that the high number trumps the low number and you have to "defend" your position in the middle of the screen. This is a great little high score chaser and I hope it does well.
     
  14. KeitGames

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    I'm very glad you like to play it :)

    If you have any suggestions for improvement, feel free to let me know.
     
  15. KeitGames

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    As a reminder... Cubic! comes out in about a week, and if you want to get it before April 2nd, reply to this thread or message me and I'll get you a promo code. There's only a few left...
     
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    This looks great. Obviously inspired by Threes, but a whole different spin on it. Could be eating up a load of my time soon.
     
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