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Exclusive Rubik's Puzzle Galaxy: Rush Screenshots

Posted by Corbie Dillard

Plus we're told that the game isn't too far from a release on the WiiWare service.

Two Tribes have just sent over five brand new screenshots of their upcoming WiiWare puzzler Rubik's Puzzle Galaxy: Rush in action.

The game is currently in lot check at Nintendo, so it should see a release fairly soon if all goes according to plans. You can check out a snippet of information about the game, along with the five new screenshots below.

Rubik’s Puzzle Galaxy, a series of challenging puzzle games inspired by the original Rubik’s Cube, will launch this fall with its first installment, RUSH. Rubik’s Puzzle Galaxy: RUSH is a 3D puzzle game with more than 70 challenging levels. Players need to guide Cubes to color coded exit points. Using the Wii Remote’s intuitive controls, players herd the colored cubes along by using Conveyer Belts, Warps, Stop Signs, Directional Signs and Splits.

Rubik’s Puzzle Galaxy: RUSH also includes the original Rubik’s Cube as a bonus. Players can attempt to solve one of the four different size Cubes alone or against a second player, or learn how to solve the classic Rubik’s Cube. The best times from the classic and score mode can be uploaded to the global online-leader boards included in the game.

We'll have more information on Rubik's Puzzle Galaxy: Rush as it becomes available, as well as a full review when the game hits the WiiWare service.

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User Comments (13)



bro2dragons said:

this could turn out to be worth a download for me if it's cheap. i wouldn't go past 600 or 700 points, but... maybe.



Omega said:

I don't like the idea that they want to make a series of similar games. This sounds to me as if they plan to churn out game after game as long as it is profitable. And do we really need even more puzzle games on WiiWare? A whole puzzle galaxy?




To be honest if the series of rubiks puzzles are as different as the individual puzzle sections in rubik's world ds, then they'll most likely be fairly varies.

More puzzles on wiiware please. Thw Wii is generally very poor for the quality pf puzzle games available from retail



Collo said:

You raise a fair point, something we'd like to have feedback on from you guys. What would you pay for Rush knowing it has the following:

  • Over 70 levels, as pictured in the latest screens
  • Several Different Rubik's Cube modes, all multiplayer as well
  • Including a tutorial on how to solve one.
  • Online leaderboards


Collo said:

We are definitely going for unique and qualitative games here. There are a lot of different concepts you can think of within the context of our Rubik's Galaxy.



habereet said:

Personally, part of the reason that I've stayed away from series of games like 'Tales of Monkey Island' is the price. At 1000 points for all of them I'll spend $50 US to get all 5. I have, on the other hand, purchased all but one of the 'Art Style' games for the DSi, save one. Those are price at 500. I love Rubiks Cubes and would give this a shot, possibly without a review, if the price was right. I'd suggest a 700-800 point price point and make sure that your game isn't flawed and then I'd look at a second.

Thank your for looking for the customer's input.



Omega said:

If it's as unique and nice as Toki Tori is then I'll probably give it a try. But I have no idea what the game is about. It's not really about the Rubik's Cube. Or is it? Maybe you can post a video of "the tutorial on how to solve one" to give people an impression?



Collo said:

Thanks for the input! We'll definitely be cheaper than Toki Tori is at the moment.

Anyone else care to provide their input?



Collo said:

Looks can be deceiving. You only have to play Toki Tori to experience proof of that, hehe.

Thanks for your input!

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