September 20th, 2012 | By Charles Ferrendelli
Based out of Los Angeles, The Hohng Company, a maker of casual video games, has just released Cubistry. While Cubistry was exclusive to PC users for a short time, the developers decided that the mobile market needed some love as well.
Cubistry is a 3D puzzle game where you find matching cubes by rotating a cube of cubes with the swipe of your finger. Tapping on cubes with matching textures will make them disappear. The player solves the puzzle once the cube is completely gone. Of course the best part of all this is that it’s timed and the fastest score is always listed at the top. Cubistry will make for a great pass and play game and add this party-type mechanic that you could argue isn’t really possible on PC. Tossing a phone or tablet around the house or with some friends is a lot easier than having each person take a turn on a PC. Don’t have a friend close by? Cubistry also comes with the ability to tweet your high scores.
If you’d like to check out some gameplay footage of Cubistry, be sure to check out the embedded trailer below. The Hohng Company is also planning a Chrome App Store release, with the possibility of a Kickstarter project to port the game to Mac and iOS devices. To keep up with The Hohng Company be sure to follow them on Twitter and Facebook. Don’t forget to pick up Cubistry on Google Play today.