[PlayStation 4] Cubic Lines Review
Cubic Lines from DillyFrame Games is a neon-infused minimalist puzzle game in which you must connect all paths. Learn more in our Cubic Lines review!
Cubic Lines from DillyFrame Games is a neon-infused minimalist puzzle game in which you must connect all paths. The game offers 50 levels of increasing difficulty, in which you’ll place squares to complete all paths to connect triangles on opposite ends. Each of the blocks will have different colors and directions to consider, and since all squares need to be used to complete a level, there’s going to be some trial and error involved to be able to complete each stage.
To play Cubic Lines, you’ll move a cursor around with the left analog stick or the D-Pad, selecting a square with the X button. After doing this, move the square to the space in which it should be used, and press the X button again to drop it. As you work on placing each block on the level, you’ll see how the neon light starts to flow through the path. If you’ve done things right, then the light will flow from one triangle to the other. Do this for all triangles to move to the next level.
Cubic Lines has a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy for you to unlock. The trophy list is short and straightforward since it has only 11 Gold trophies to add to your collection. The trophies will unlock as you complete levels 1, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, and 50, which does mean that to get that new Platinum trophy, you’ll have to complete all levels in the game.
Cubic Lines from DillyFrame Games is a neon-infused minimalist puzzle game that is easy to play since you’ll be moving around blocks to complete paths. Cubic Lines is out on PlayStation 4 with a budget price of only $2.99, offering 50 stages to complete and a new Platinum trophy to add to your collection.
This Cubic Lines review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by DillyFrame Games.