Puzzle games are a dime a dozen (or perhaps even more than that) on the Switch, so it’s important to offer up something distinct to bubble up when people go hunting for some fun. While Cubicity absolutely nails the cute factor, making it sure to grab some eyes that way, in terms of gameplay it may be a bit too familiar in many ways, essentially working as a box-pushing game even if the presentation tries to give it a different feel. In general it’s a fine experience, though I will say that the white indicator arrow helping you track which “boximal” you’re looking to work on is really damned hard to make out when it happens to be laying over a cloud and that happens more than I wish it would. This isn’t a complete killer problem but along with some other quibbles the game feels like it could use more polish as a whole. Overall it’s fine, and may tickle your fancy, but it’s not breaking any new ground by any means.
Justin Nation, Score: