Qubrix Brain Twister - 3D combinatorics and logic game
VRML/X3D - Unity 3D
Qubrix presents problems similar to the one found in Rubik's Cube (Hungarian Cube). The best description would be to say, it is a mix between Rubik's Cube and Jigsaw puzzle. The goal of the game is to put together the image which is randomly scrambled in the beginning sequence, trying to keep number of moves smallest possible. Current version has ten levels, in each level adjacent cubes are geared to each other using different patterns. Depending on the level, problem can be quite easy or extremely difficult. Full featured version of the game, see bellow, offers level editor utility that enables user to create new or change existing levels, or just so see current pattern, it is possible to make an enormous number of levels. Full version also has possibility to change images, you can use your own, and there is a Save record of course. Great to test and train memory and combinatorial skills, easy to play but not always easy to solve. Few Qubrix consoles are available in every 3D chat world, too. For any bug report, any comment or just to say hi, please use contact form, thanks.
Full, test, standalone version for Windows desktop, tested on Windows 7, 8.1 and 10, is available for download here. It is built around Contact 3D engine, it has level editor, image utility and save record feature. That one is truly tested without known bugs but has an annoying logo. Download.
There is also a standalone version for Windows desktop with Unity 3D engine. That one has no logo but it is not quite tested and there is no any additional feature, it is almost the same as the online version. You can download it here.
To play on this site Bitmanagement Contact 3D plug-in is required, enable install when your browser asks for it or download and install it manually, all major Web browsers are supported.
Also there is a Unity Web player version that you can play here. It is the same as standalone for Windows with Unity engine, see details above. The same version can be found on Newgrounds, Mahee, GameJolt etc.
How to play
Click PLAY button to start scrambling sequence. With scrambling finished place mouse pointer over the cube you want to rotate, use arrows to choose direction and put the image together. Try to keep number of moves smallest possible. There are six different images used in random manner, to choose one particular click the same level few times until you get the image you want. You can change the level during the game, if it is too difficult, by clicking the MENU button. At the beginning of the game MENU enables switching the interface so you can see the image better. It is good to start with the first level, all cubes are lose there, to see what it is about and then go to more complicated levels. To see actual connections between cubes you will need full version of the game, see above.