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New CubIQ is now enhanced with a multitude of various game types for more opportunities for you to challenge and develop your logic and intuition. Check it out and see how puzzle games can really puzzle you. This is a CubIQ game of a new generation.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:11
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: CubIQ is a puzzle game, challenging your intuition and logic abilities. It has been completely re-designed and enhanced for more hours of playing and now features three different game types, which would suit any temper. The gameplay seems easy at first, but gets addictive in a short while. Click 3 is easy and addictive, comes in an Arcade (for some action) and a Puzzle mode (for relaxation). The game also offers a Cubi-Lines/Squares game type and a Logic Slider, where you can choose between playing Classic levels, or Random levels, create and modify your own levels with a Level Editor or play the levels, created by other CubIQ players around the world. Have fun and follow your intuition!
Apple takes pre-orders for Logic, Logic Express 7.1 Apple is now taking pre-orders for the next major update to the companies professional grade music applications, Logic and Logic Express. The update, which brings both applications to version 7.1, will ship on DVD and will cost US$19.95.
Classic video games make a comeback RALEIGH, NC - When Rob O'Hara needs a serious video game fix, he unwinds a black rubber joystick and plays a few rounds of Space Invaders on his Atari 2600, vintage 1982.