Brain Cube Reloaded for BlackBerry [Video Review]

By Jared DiPane on 19 Feb 2012 04:45 pm EST
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Looking for something new to play on your favorite BlackBerry device to pass some free time before a meeting or while waiting for an important phone call? Ximad has been on a tear lately, pumping out updates, porting their games, and they have recently released Brain Cube Reloaded for BlackBerry devices. Usually I am pretty particular about my gaming choices, and after watching the rather interesting trailer that Ximad provided for this game I knew I had to check it out.

Brain Cube Reloaded is a free game available for the BlackBerry PlayBook and BlackBerry devices running OS 5 or above. The concept of the game is simple, you need to "roll" the cube figure around the map to get it to the green landing zone which allows you to move on to the next level. Sure, it may sound pretty simple but you can only move up and down as well as left and right, making navigating some of the levels a pretty difficult task. Each level gets increasingly harder, adds extra things that needs to be done, and makes navigating the map way more difficult, but it is fun at the same time. I love that you can pause the game if need be, and you won't lose your spot when you resume. The game is available through BlackBerry App World as a free download, so be sure to hit the link below and check it out for yourself.

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Brain Cube Reloaded for BlackBerry [Video Review]

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Is there an app of this for Google Chrome?

I prefer not to download games to my phone because then I will waste all my time playing it compared to having it on a desktop computer.

thanks.

If this is the type of game I am thinking it is, it has been around for at least a few years now. I use to play this type of game on the Android platform and before that, on a flash gaming website on a desktop computer. I don't know when Nintai came out.

It isn't available for me :( Running Playbook's OS 2 beta. It isn't shown in app world, and going through the website it says my device is not compatible. I did download the other free Brain Cube (Didn't realize Playbook had them until today and I like those games), but it it doesn't run, just opens and then closes :( Hopefully Tuesday!

I love games like this! Been playing it all day lol works and looks great on the torch9850's big screen. I love the theme music--there should be an option to keep it on during actual gameplay (it really gets me in the mood ;)). Keep up the good work, and keep it free! :)