Kuku Kube: What is the hype?
From a little mini-game to read just as much as of’ Kuku Kube’. But the hype is justified? We have close set pre display and tried the free color puzzle.
I feel the warmth of the monitor. And I see the black square, which is a little less black than the other black squares. Another level further. The next squares are red. There are 81 pieces and they all look the same except for one. This square I have to find to the next level.
I wonder quite quickly: Why would I want to
How easy it begins: The first rank of’ Kuku Kube’
‘This game is just hit the net’, the colleagues have written the trade magazine’ chip’. And many other media recommend the game. Supposedly grabs’ Kuku Kube’ most of the players in the first attempt. Addiction potential is to have the game for the browser, iOS and Android devices. Something seems to be tuned in forums is avidly discussing the game and in the app stores there are already several clones.
Suddenly my ambition
reports also I am fascinated by the game somehow, but really the principle is not clear to me. I lean over the table, with his nose almost touching the screen and remember how my mother always warned me against square eyes. Oh, there’s another one!
Good to get away with the red squares. The next are dark yellow, then salmon. I turn on my desk chair, and I am a little curious.
Now give up? My ambition has answered.
I stare now on 81 blue squares and to find the different blue square. But my eyes no longer wish to search. You want to hide behind my eyelids and live in peace.
The online magazine The Daily Dot’ by the way even consulted an ophthalmologist for the game. Holds the game at least for quite dangerous: Permanent damage are not to be feared, the eyes are finally here to see colors. But headaches are not unlikely.
Since I do stuff rather be back at the famous dress.
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