Cube Blast Match Review (Nintendo Switch)
This Cube Blast Match Review will show the challenge of even the foremost reputable puzzle solvers with a mind-bending 3D twist on the classic color blast formula. Push your spatial thinking abilities to their limits, as you solve increasingly complex puzzles on a 3D tower of colorful blocks, with new and exciting mechanical twists shooting up, just once you thought you saw all the game has got to offer. If you’re not yet convinced: there also are aliens and explosions!
Cube Blast Match Review Pros:
- Cartoon graphics.
- 245MB Download size.
- Match em-up gameplay.
- Full touchscreen support and controls.
- Tutorial pop-ups as you play levels.
- The game is displayed as a tower of jelly cubes and you match the colors to clear them.
- Match enough cubes to create power-ups like Bombs and rockets.
- Simple controls.
- Level objectives are varied from time-limited clears to clear certain cubes or you have X amount of moves to clear the objective.
- The jelly cubes move around thanks to a strong physics engine.
- You can freely rotate the tower.
- Earn 1 to 3 stars per level.
- World-level select screen.
- Can replay levels.
- Highly playable.
- Coins – they appear in the tower and clicking them collects them.
- Shop – buy power-ups with your coins.
- You have to match a minimum of two cubes to clear them.
- Satisfying to play.
- Gets quite addictive.
- Perfect fit for the Nintendo Switch.
- Short levels ideal for commute gaming.
Cube Blast Match Review Cons:
- You can only use a d-pad for moving the tower.
- No leaderboards.
- Cannot rebind controls.
- Coins take ages to build up.
- Still feels like a mobile phone game.
- The whole game takes a while to get to a satisfying length of gameplay.
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Cube Blast Match
Developer: isTom Games
Publisher: isTom Games
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- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 8/108/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
Cube Blast Match is a lovely little game. You immediately fall in love with the cartoon visuals, the way the jelly cubes move, wobble as you rotate and match em up. The controls whilst only on a d-pad, are very easy to pick up. I love how accessible and fun the game is to play. It does start off slow, the games are so short it’s frustrating but that passes as it gets a bit more in-depth. Kinda wish it had the different game types sectioned off and presented as stand-alone modes so you can devour your favorite style but also it was not to be. Cube Blast Match should not be missed, it’s an excellent example of snack-size puzzling.