Qbeh-1: The Atlas Cube is a puzzle-solving game where you pick up and place blocks, and then pick them up again and put them down again in a fashion similar to that of Minecraft accept.
You don’t really hit them over and over again to pick them up.
In each area, the puzzles get progressively harder implementing more things to learn and figure out besides just picking up and placing blocks. Some blocks can only be placed in certain areas as well making things a bit more complex and complicated. But overall the game is really beautiful and really relaxing to play.
Some of the puzzles in Qbeh-1: The Atlas Cube aren’t that hard, but as you progress through the game it does get increasingly more challenging as you progress, however, that is not until much later in the game.
The soundtrack for the game is incredibly relaxing to listen to and it feels great to play a game that isn’t timed and that you can figure out at your own pace. All in all, it is one of my personal favorites for puzzle games and I highly recommend it to everyone who enjoys puzzle games.
But seriously, despite this short summary go check the game out on steam! Qbeh-1: The Atlas Cube is a really amazing title and we absolutely loved the game!
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