The Last Cube demo puzzles tease your brain ahead of the game release coming on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the continuous efforts of developer Improx Games. Due to make its way onto Steam this year.
Improx Games released the The Last Cube demo to kick off Steam Next Fest. However, the content for the upcoming brain teasing puzzle adventure games playable on Linux. Since The Last Cube is due to release later this year. Which takes place in a series of surreal otherworldly areas. Therefore, it’s up to you to discover the history of this mysterious alien civilization.
This demo features four full levels of the game. Letting you play the games early levels using Proton 6.3-5. Which should take players about an hour to complete. Here you’ll get a taste of The Last Cube’s unique sticker system. As a result, this allows you to stamp certain abilities onto your cube’s sides. This grants all new abilities for that one surface. Some will allow you to dash through barriers. While others will create makeshift stairs, and some grant the ability to spin in place. Which is good for easy maneuvering in tight places.
The Last Cube – Developer Commentary
Positioning your cube to acquire the desired stickers on the correct surface. This can range from pleasingly simplistic, to frustrating head scratchers. Since the full release will have you scramble through The Last Cube’s 100+ puzzles. New mechanics are introduced at a breezy clip. While rapidly expanding one’s perception of what your cube is capable of.
The full game will take players through a plethora of moody, monolithic chambers. These range from foggy nightmarish abysses to oppressive lava lit factories. All the way up to uplifting natural landscapes full of golden rays of sunshine glistening against mountains. This demo showcases the first few stages. This offers a glimpse at the expansive scope that lies beyond the shrouded horizons of this derelict world.
The Last Cube demo gives you a solid taste for what is to come. The full release will also include support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. As you will see in the demo, the games developed in Unity 3D. So be sure to Wishlist on Steam.