Marvin the Cube
MJ Bros’ Marvin the Cube may not be as pretty as Sparks, but it also doesn’t have any control issues. Again, you’re simply swiping to move a cube around the board, but this time everything reacts perfectly. I’ve only played twenty-five levels so far, but I like what I’ve seen. There also seems to be a cute little story to keep you going if the puzzles aren’t enough. So while the graphics are nothing to call home about, this is still a game that deserves your attention. It’s also free with ads and just $0.99 to remove ads and make it a premium game. If you’re looking for a new puzzler to play, you can definitely do worse than Marvin the Cube.
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