On this episode of Ruff Talk VR our hosts Dscruffles and Stratus breakdown and review the popular virtual reality (VR) puzzle game, Cubism! Available now on the official Oculus (Meta) Quest store, made by developer Thomas Van Bouwel and published by Vanbo, Cubism really shows the full potential of VR for relaxation, meditation, and puzzle-solving. Featuring an incredibly relaxing environment, simple to learn but hard to master gameplay, and beautiful in-game music, it's easy to see why Cubism is so loved and it makes for a great introduction to VR and puzzle games. Listen for our full review, breakdown, and final score!
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*UPDATE* Jump back into Cubism with Volume 2: a free update which adds 30 new mind-bending puzzles to the main campaign!
*UPDATE* Put your controllers down and get hands-on with some challenging puzzles: Cubism now has experimental hand tracking support!
Sit back. Relax. Solve puzzles.
Challenge your mind in Cubism, a deceptively simple puzzle game where you assemble increasingly complex shapes out of colorful blocks.
Immerse yourself in a zen environment as you reason your way through 90 puzzles which will put your spatial thinking skills to the test.