Cubo's roots are in the classic puzzle genre. You can rotate the columns and rows of the cubes until you have the right pattern of the puzzle. A simple training mode is available for the beginners when they can choose the "normal" mode for a simple pattern. Mediocre players can solve the "hard" mode with a complex pattern inside the training mode. And the even more experienced players can try themselves in the hardest "challenge" mode when they have to solve the complex puzzle against the time. The numbers of the cubes are selectable both in "normal" and "hard" modes in the training section.

During the game you can choose a column or a row of the cubes on the field. Simply put your finger on the top of one of the cubes and slide it for rolling. If you roll the cube to the right or to the left direction a column -which includes your selected cube- will rotate 90 degrees into the direction you have choosed. If you move your finger on the cube up or down a row of cubes will rotate to the up, or down direction 90 degrees. Your aim is to roll the cubes until the graphic elements on the top sides of them will fill the puzzle what you have to accomplish.

What’s New

Version 1.2

- added how-to-play before the first ever game
- simplified help screen
- fixed a bug in challenge mode
- fixed rendering issue


Peter Balogh
103.7 MB
Requires iOS 9.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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