Suzy Cube is a 3D retro platform game developed by Noodlecake Studios Inc. Suzy Cube is bright, funny and filled with surprises. If you ever played Super Mario 3D, you’ll most likely be familiar with the way Suzy Cube‘s camera angle, controls and platforming works. You play as Suzy and you have to get away across a series of levels filled with enemies, obstacles, and secrets. The storyline is stretched around Suzy and the sneaky Skulls who have stolen all the gold of Castle Cubeton. Only Suzy Cube has what it takes to recover the castle’s lost treasure from the villains.
The game features over 40+ unique stages. You’ll have also secrets and power-ups to discover. You can pick up different hats which will give you special powers. One gives you an extra life, another lets you double jump and hang, while another gives you the ability to smash down on enemies with your helmet. Another glamoring aspect of the game is the camera appearance, as above mentioned. The camera in Suzy Cube is so smart it just knows where to be all the time so that it’s never something you even have to think about. Like the controls, the camera works just how it should and allows you to focus on what you truly want. When important elements like controls and camera angles can just get out of the way and allow the player to focus on playing the game itself, it feels like a total liberation and that’s rather proven in the case of Suzy Cube, which allows the game to control the camera and never prevent the sight of the player while they’re doing their platforming campaign.
The greatest achievement for Suzy Cube is in its controls. Games of this type often use a ton of virtual buttons all over the screen and are in general too complicated to be accessible. Suzy Cube uses just two buttons: Move and Jump. You control your movement with the left side of the screen while tapping on the right evokes a jump. In Suzy Cube you’ll never have to think about where you fingers are better placed or if you’ll be hitting the right button. Although the controls take a bit of getting used to, as they’re on purpose floaty, lacking the precision of analogue control but giving you more margin for error.
Everything about the game is absolutely well-crafted. Suzy Cube may be a bit overly-simple 3D platformer, but it’s definitely one of the best platformers on mobile devices. It’s just one of the best 3D platformers ever made for mobile. If you get stuck in the game, check out the following video walkthrough and gameplay for the game:
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