RotoCube is a puzzle game similar in concept to famous toy Rubik's Cube. The goal is to manipulate 9 "cubes" so that each one would contain only squares of the same colour. To achieve it you have to rotate whole cubes or move rows and columns of squares. At the beginning of each level you are given the number of moves required to solve the puzzle and if you reach the limit you can't manipulate the set further - you can only undo your moves and try different path. If you can't beat the particular level you can choose "surrender" option to see the solution, but game prompts you to start from level 1 after this. If you simply exit game progress will be saved automatically and next time you run RotoCube you will start from the level that you last played.
To run the game you may need alleg40.dll file which is not included into official download. Download it separately from CWF and simply put unpacked file into game's folder.
Pater Alf : Nice, even if it gets pretty hard after a few levels. I have to admit that I'm quite a looser when it comes to that kind of logic games. But I like this one and will play it some more.
eMTe : I was discouraged at first, because I didnt like the limitation of moves - in such games I prefer to scramble everything and click endlessly to reach the goal. From around level 11 or 12 it got to me that this hintful number of required moves is actually a salvation. RotoCube twists mind, similarly to this game with wheels and cards, iforgotitsname.
Neat and fun Rubik's Cube clone without multitude of unnecessary options, but demanding in gameplay. Recommended for VERY patient people.
eMTe : RotoCube requires alleg40 dll file; if you dont have it, game wont start. You can download it here:
Drasir-Vel : A good simple puzzler. Starts really easy and becomes more complex as you progress,
eMTe : The goal in each level of RotoCube is to arrange 9-square blocks so that squares on each block were of the same colour. Similar to Rubik's Cube, only there are 9 "sides" and game is 2-dimensional. Each move can be undone at any point. At the beginning of each level game hints you in how many moves you should solve the puzzle (ie: how many moves has been done to destroy the set). I find it entertaining.
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