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Players experience 6 unique world settings such as cryptic Egyptian ruins and a mountainous Tibetan Monastery. The game contains over 60 puzzles, leader boards and achievements.

Players move around on a set play area and are faced by a wall of cube shaped stones that roll towards them. To avoid being crushed players must exercise planning and good timing when setting traps to capture certain stones, while strategically avoiding others – something that requires forward thinking, good spatial awareness and dexterity.

The simple game mechanics and progressive nature of the puzzles mean that players new to the game who have never played Kurushi (Intelligent Qube) can still easily pick up and play Hope’s Quest.
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