Block Puzzler Q.U.B.E. Coming To Wii U

qubeQuick Understanding of Block Extrusion, also known as Q.U.B.E., will be coming to the Wii U according to a tweet sent out by the game developers. The first-person puzzler was originally launched for the PC towards the end of 2011, as well as a Mac release in 2012, but now UK-based developers Toxic Games has set their eyes on the release of a Wii U version.
They tweeted: “We just had our first peak of QUBE running on the Wii U controller and it’s looking fantastic! Can’t wait to get this out :D”, followed by another tweet and a picture with it running on the Wii U GamePad. Here’s the trailer if you fancy a peek at Q.U.B.E.


101 thoughts on “Block Puzzler Q.U.B.E. Coming To Wii U”

    1. They set up the WiiU PERFECTLY for indie developers Kudos to Nintendo for that. Indie support is as crucial as any other these days.

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      1. Your failed attempt at trolling amuses me, Whitey. Not only you’re fucking dumb, but U mad because Nintendo STILL have supporters from third party companies to independent developers. Get with the times and your facts straight!

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                    1. OK then… why the fuck are you on a blog dedicated to Nintendo games and systems? If you think the Wii U sucks, you give video gamers around the world a bad name. U mad because the Nintendo’s stocks rose 11% in the Japanese stock market… closing over 11,000 JPY while Sony’s stocks are over 1,200 JPY.

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                    2. It’s all about business… something that barbaric brain of yours do not understand. You, Nintendo hater, are nothing but a poor excuse of a gamer. You don’t give a fuck about the economy. All you do is waste your time harassing and bitching on MyNintendoNews. You lose! Good day sir.

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                    3. I actually win because you keep responding lol I am a gamer, I’ve probably been playing much, much longer than you have.

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                    4. Sorry to break the news for you, but you’re the ultimate loser. You don’t play games… you’re a fucking troll who has nothing to do but harass Nintendo fans and gamers alike. I’ve been a gamer ever since the Atari’s rise and fall. Your intellect is inferior. I’m a gamer with experience. And besides, I have friends on the web and on Miiverse. Your ass is exposed and reported. You still lose… good day sir.

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                  1. Obviously this game struck a nerve to the Wii U hater because of this new 3RD party support. I am buying this. I want to experience with the gamepad.

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      2. “sux” such a deep rich vocabulary dont say sux say how and why wiiu sux

        explain why INTELIGENTLY

        because i see the most advanced console EVER CREATED and a device that DESTROYS PS4 at gaming FACT….

        and before you ignorently say but 3rd partys aint showing much support think about the situation just try to engage actual THINKING PROCESS to the PROBLEM

        THE INDUSTRY SUX IDIOT!!!!!

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    1. Mercedes sales a lot of 18 wheelers in Europe Africa and Asia. Then it has a huge market from its cars that we know more commonly. Look at indie games as I have stated above and you shall be educated. At the least gain one extra brain cell.

      Monsieur hunter 3 ultimate has sold systems this last month :).

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    1. I dont think that many people played it on pc soI guess its worth it. And btw its a fantastic puzzle game I can only recommend it.

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      1. Indie games charm last longer than retail. Im still hope we get super meat boy, castlecrashers and many others that are old but i will get them.

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          1. The rebuild is already coming to 3ds. But as for the binding of Isaac coming to the Wii U… That’s more of a wait and see type of thing.

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            1. I hope Nintendo changes their mind about Binding of Isaac. Seeing as Nintendo wants to be more “hardcore” they are going to have to accept the controversial themes.

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      1. Well Mass Effect 3 for Wii U and Batman are ports so they really don’t show off the power of the Wii U, same goes for Injustice.

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  1. A first person puzzle game coming to the Wii U. EPIC!!!!! Although it’s available now on Steam, it’s gonna be a blast playing it… especially using the off-TV mode on the GamePad.

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    1. Every game is better with off tv play. I can’t stress how usefull the feature is. I quite often play under my blanket with my Gamepad. It’s an advantage that would make me personally choose say the Wiiu version of watchdogs over the others.

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      1. Off TV play is NEXT GENERATION. Love it. Now if my family is watching TV, I can still play. I love the fact Pikmin will be off TV play. Also, I found out, Nintendo is going to show off another version of the Wii U. A more expensive and powerful version at E3. Example: Base Wii U cost $300. Deluxe Wii U cost $350 and the more powerful Wii U will be $400. Wait to E3. I knew Nintendo was up to something. I just knew it. Wait for E3!!!

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          1. I mean that too. But what i also mean is that a 3 year old indie can still be released on newer consoles because they are great no matter how old like hd versions of classics.

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      1. Minecraft is the most boring gaming endeavor I have ever tried to wade through! Just my opinion, but I really think MC sucks and I would be perfectly fine with it never sullying the eShop roster with its presence!

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        1. …k Well just to let you know. Minecraft is like one of the best games ever created. The creator of the game (Notch) is voted 2nd most influential person in the world and the game has sold over 7.3 million copies. It has a 93% on Metacritic (not that it matters really at all) and most people that play it absolutely love it for it’s origionality and endless amount of replay value. However, everyone is entitled to their opinion 💋

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          1. That’s fine if you and all the other people enjoy/like the game. I personally find it boring and anti-fun. But, again that’s my opinion and I don’t ask you to agree.

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  2. Reminds me of portal!!! Looks like loads of fun! People were complaining about too many sidescrollers so… here ya go! A nice first person blocks puzzler. 💋

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  3. Why are people that pay for xboxlive online and Internet connections here hating that the Wii U is getting a great puzzle indie game? lol. You now see that nintendo is not to be messed with :).

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    1. Shut the hell up, TJ Hooker. You have absolutely no clue what a first person puzzle is. This game was released a year ago on Steam. Now that QUBE is coming to the the Wii U eShop, this is exactly what we want to see from an independent game developer, thus earning the Nintendo official seal of quality.

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  4. Check the Shovel Knight kickstarter page, the game has quadrupled it’s funding goal! So happy, the game is amazing!!! 💋

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  5. Oh yeah, Nintendo is making some good relationships with the Future 3rd-Party Devs(Or possibly 2nd or 1st ;P).
    Nintendo is Thinking long-term folks, not just ‘who can get the most sales in the 1st year of release.
    To hell with all of these Back stabing 3rd-partys under selfish publishers like Deep Silver & EA.

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    1. This reminds me of poor aklaim. They almost die during the snes then Nintendo gave them a chance and they became huge and the funny thing is that they made there fortune on the n64.

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  6. haven’t heard of this title before but it looks a lot like they tried to imitate the style of portal

    i don’t mind that but i prefer when a game tries to be original

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