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At first glance, Spore Cubes looks like just another in the genre of ball, cube, balloon, puppy, or “whatever” popping games, but there’s a different feel to Spore Cubes that makes it stand out. It starts off seemingly simple, but once you get down to three, two, maybe just one cube left, you realize there’s a bit more strategy required to win at this game. And unlike other similar games, the pace and feel of the gameplay here “just feels right” says Spore Productions’ Supreme Leader and creator of Spore Cubes.