45w ago - Sony Director of Emerging Platforms Chris Mahoney has announced today that Cubixx is free this week on PlayStation Mobile for week three of their ongoing promotional campaign.
Below are the details, to quote: Two weeks ago, we started a PlayStation Mobile promotion that offered six free games over six weeks. The first two games were Samurai Beatdown and Beats Slider.
This week, we're pleased to announce that the free PlayStation Mobile game is Cubixx. In this fun an addictive game, you have to use your laser to cut away the surfaces of a mysterious cube and free the energy within. Cutting longer lines and crossing multiple cube surfaces gives you bigger combos, but at far greater risk.
This is a great old-school, highscore-chasing game with 20 fun filled levels. Ross Brierley, a game tester with Laughing Jackal, had this to say about Cubixx when it launched in October 2012 on PlayStation Moblie.
Cubixx was our first self-published title and also spawned a sequel in the form of our first ever full PS3 game, the amazing Cubixx HD. Upon release, this thrilling action puzzler was awarded 9/10 by The Sixth Axis, who called it: "massively addictive."
117w ago - Laughing Jackal Community Manager Ross Brierley has posted up a video today and confirmed that CUBIXX HD is coming to PS3 via PSN with 7-player multiplayer this September 20th.
To quote: Cubixx HD is the sequel to the PlayStation minis game Cubixx, and it's coming exclusively to PS3 on September 20th for $9.99 (plus 30% off in the first week for PlayStation Plus subscribers).
Cubixx HD is a modern-day take on classic area-capture games such as Qix, but with an awesome twist: instead of a 2D game field, Cubixx HD expands this addictive game concept across all six sides of a three-dimensional cube. That's six times the danger!
Following on from the success of the original Cubixx we've added more - lots more, in fact. Cubixx HD now features 50 levels of arcade action playable in both single player and seven-player co-op.
All these levels are also playable in Time Attack, Score Attack and Line Attack modes, with up to seven players competing at once and featuring over 150 online leaderboards and 50 addictive Challenges. Ruthless players can engage in the cold-blooded mayhem of Deathmatch mode, again supporting...
121w ago - Laughing Jackal Community Manager Ross Brierley has announced today that Cubixx HD launches on the European PlayStation Store tomorrow and shared some video footage below as well.
To quote: Laughing Jackal are the developer of classic PSN minis such as Duael Invaders, Ace Armstrong vs. the Alien Scumbags, Vibes, the forthcoming OMG-Z and, of course, Cubixx.
Today I'm here to talk to you about Cubixx HD the sequel to Cubixx coming soon exclusively to PlayStation 3.
Cubixx HD is a modern-day take on classic area capture games such as Qix, but with an awesome twist: Instead of a 2D game field, Cubixx HD expands this addictive game concept across all six sides of a cube. That's six times the danger and six times the fun.
Following on from the success of Cubixx we've added more; lots more, in fact. Cubixx HD now features 50 levels of Arcade action playable in both single player and 7 player Co-Op. All these levels are also playable in Time Attack, Score Attack and Line Attack modes, with up to 7 players competing at once and featuring over 150 online leaderboards.
That's not all! There are also 50 super-addictive Challenges, plus...
184w ago - Laughing Jackal Senior Producer Al Evans has shared a video trailer today of Cubixx, which is coming soon to the PSN Store for PSP and PS3 Minis at $3.99 each.
To quote: Laughing Jackal is pleased to announce that our first PlayStation minis title, Cubixx, is coming to the US PSN Store on June 8th, 2010 for the great price of $3.99!
Cubixx has been very well received in our native EU PSN Store, and now we're sharing the cuboid love with our friends across the Atlantic. We hope you'll take this opportunity to check out this super-addictive retro title. Be there, or be, um... cube-shaped, I guess.
Cubixx takes inspiration from a couple of older games of the same type and tasks the player with using their laser to cut away the surfaces of a mysterious cube and free the energy within. Cutting longer lines and crossing multiple cube surfaces will reward you with larger combos, but at far greater risk.
The game features 20 levels of increasingly lunatic difficulty, we really do challenge anyone sane to try and beat Cubixx's 20th level. Many...