Magic Cube

Intro: Travel across a vast blue ocean to a magic island, surrounded by a vast expanse of blue ocean, and a giant cube in front of you. Similar to Tetris, but more strategic, you need to fill up all four sides of the cube in the same horizontal position to eliminate the cubes.
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Comfort Level: Gentle
Internet connection: Not Required
Number of Players: Single Player
Genre: Puzzle
Space required: 49 MB
Supported Controllers: Oculus Go Controller
Age Rating: U,PG
Price: £2.29 ($3)
Movement: Forward facing only
Playing Position: Sitting
Oculus Go Bronze Award
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Review: Personally, I like my puzzle games. They are perfect for spending a few hours playing and in VR they can really take you away from it all. Sadly I really didn’t enjoy Magic Cube and it didn’t do anything for me. I felt it was slightly overpriced, very little content and the game was probably the hardest Tetris style puzzle game I have ever played! It’s got potential to be a good game that is for sure, but all the pieces of this game puzzle are not all in there yet which is a shame. This is one VR puzzle game that is better off being avoided.
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