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Feel the tension as you focus on solving the most complex Cubo color chains! Focus on sounds, rhythm and colors to get as far as you can.
Your short term memory will greatly improve as you put it to the test in Cubo! Try to achieve the highest level possible in this challenging and addicting puzzle game!
Simple and effective touch controls will allow you to 'pick up and play'! Cubo can be played in any quick spare minute and is controlled through a clean and clear interface using only 4 buttons!
Cubo comes with stylish artwork and makes full use of the amazing "Retina Display" and larger iPad screen! It also comes as a universal app for all devices as a single download!
Try the separately available "Cubo Lite" to get a quick taste of what the game is like!
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