Cubic Parking Switch Review
Cubic Parking is another minimalist puzzle game from DillyFrame, the second in two weeks.
You know the kind of puzzle this is. You move objects out of the way to move another object to specific point. Its functional, it works, there’s nothing wrong with it. However, unlike the other two, Cubic Parking has a problem. It’s only 30 puzzles, whereas Cubicban had seventy-six and Cubic Figures had at least sixty if I remember. And worse, these puzzles aren’t all that difficult, I was shooting right through them. Note the screenshot, I’m in 25/30 puzzles into Cubic Parking. I mean they do get trickier, but nothing like the grandfather of them all, the Music Room Furniture Puzzle from The 11th Hour, which was ridiculously difficult.
DillyFrame needs to watch out, if they keep throwing them up, with fewer and fewer puzzles, these Cubic puzzle games will loose their value. I don’t want that all.
Overall: Cubic Parking is a functional parking puzzle game hampered by easy puzzles and relatively few of them.
Edit: I tweeted DillyFrame on Twitter and they said they plan on adding more puzzles in a future update. Great!