You, Me, and the Cubes

You, Me, and the Cubes

2009

System
WiiWare
Publisher
Nintendo
Developer
FYTO

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 0

Our Review: 8/10

Overview

Number of Players
2
Genre
Puzzle
Release Date

WiiWare

  • 21st Sep 2009, 1,000 points (USA)
  • 25th Sep 2009, 1,000 points (UK/EU)
  • 28th Mar 2009 (JPN)

Screenshots (8)

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Reviews

  • 23

    WiiWare

    Review You, Me, and the Cubes

    Are these cubes worthy of Rubik, or just rubes?

    Anticipation for this title has been somewhat high 'round these parts, thanks to some excellent first impressions by our own Sean Aaron. The only question was whether or not we would ever get our hands on it, but as of this week, we have. And so should you. Brainchild of the mad genius Kenji Eno,...

About The Game

Experience a unique combination of strategy and skill as you maintain a level playing field in the physics-based action puzzler You, Me, and the Cubes.

The action centers around Fallos, mysterious creatures that resemble humans and have an ability to balance on a playing field of 3-D cubes. First, create a pair of Fallos inside your Wii Remoteā„¢ controller by shaking it up and down. Next, determine suitable places for the Fallos to land, then fling them to the selected cube with a swinging motion. After that, the Fallos are on their own.

If your placement is sound, the Fallos will remain stable and you'll clear the stage after tossing a required number onto the cubes. But if the weight or locations of Fallos causes the cubes to tilt and sway too much, the Fallos will lose their balance and fall off.

Adding to the challenge, you'll find that some cubes have different properties, making tosses tricky and further threatening the stability of the Fallos. Guide Fallos through dozens of single-player stages or invite family and friends to join you in two-player cooperative mode.