Grey Cubes Review (LG AKA): Breakout Reinvented, With Great 3D Graphics and Physics (Video)

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  • 30 Jul 2015
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  • Grey Cubes is a game we’ve been playing on the LG AKA handset and it’s available on the Play Store for free. You can also get it for 3 euros on Steam and $2 on iOS. It’s a brick breaking title with a modern twist and modern effects. There’s an option that allows you to enhance visuals, in order to get even better graphics.

    This game is a throwback to Breakout and Arkanoid clearly, since its core gameplay is the same. It has good physics, 60 levels and ingenious cube setups. They can get scattered, gathered in one place, explode and they have to be hit multiple times to disappear. There are also power ups and power downs to get once the cubes are struck.

    You will use a sort of “palette” to hit a ball, that will bounce around in a 3D space, as it hits cubes. Powerups include doubling the quantity of balls, speeding them up, making them more dangerous, slowing them down, shrinking the palette or making it bigger. You get only a few lives, that you’ll lose with each of your mistakes, when the ball hits the bottom of the screen.

    Levels are multi layered, not limited to a single screen apparently. The game is a bit hard, but if you’re patient and have a big screen, you may make it. The game is fun to play and certain an evolution from Breakout. We give it an 8.4 out of 10 and you can download it here.

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