[PlayStation 4] Cubic Parking Review
Cubic Parking from DillyFrame Games is a minimalist sliding puzzle game on PlayStation 4. Check our Cubic Parking review!
Cubic Parking from DillyFrame Games is a minimalist sliding puzzle game on PlayStation 4. This one is similar to the studio’s Bunny Parking, but with a top-down square-based neon-infused presentation. It follows a similar presentation style to what Cubicban did. The premise is simple, since you’ll bee moving blocks out of the way so that you can move the double triangles that represent the car that you have to move from point A to point B to park it.
For Cubicban, you had to push boxes around to get them to its corresponding spot on each level to be able to progress further. For Cubic Parking, you’ll highlight the different blocks on each level – which represent cars – based on their arrows. Some vehicles can only be moved horizontally, while others can only be moved vertically. Their size will also come into play, since you’ll have to move some out of the way so that you can then move the rest to be able to clear a path for the double triangles. On later stages, there will be some black blocks that can’t be moved.
Cubic Parking has a full trophy list that is split into 2 Bronze trophies, 31 Silver trophies, and a single Gold trophy. If you want to add a new Platinum trophy to your collection, you’ll have to completes level 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 on the first difficulty, move 1, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, and 50 different cubes, complete the first level in the second difficulty, complete the first level in the third difficulty, and move the double triangles 50 times in total. If you need some help to speed things up, you can check this Cubic Parking Trophy Guide.
Cubic Parking is a minimalist neon-infused budget parking sim sliding puzzler experience that is easy to play and best enjoy in short bursts as you try to complete all of the objectives that will lead you to adding one more shiny Platinum to your collection. Cubic Parking is out on PlayStation 4 with a $2.99 asking price.
This Cubic Parking review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by DillyFrame Games.