You Learn Something New Every Play: Intelligent Qube

One of the most important things we learn from video games is how to think better.  Gamers are put into situations that the average person will never encounter in life.  Games give the brain exercis

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One of the most important things we learn from video games is how to think better.  Gamers are put into situations that the average person will never encounter in life.  Games give the brain exercise outside of the everyday routine of eat, sleep, and work.  This is why the mind of a gamer is usually quicker than a non-gamer.  They are used to thinking under pressure, keeping track of multiple items, and devising plans within a time limit.  A good example of a game that requires these characteristics is Intelligent Qube.

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This PlayStation game is a marathon for the mind.  The main character makes his way through eight stages of tumbling blocks that are on a path to crush anything in their way.  He must destroy all of the regular blocks, but none of the black blocks.  If he gets rid of a black one, he is one step closer to falling into the abyss of nothing.  The traps and bombs must be used wisely to ensure victory.

It doesn’t take long to learn the rules of the game, but to perfect them is another story.  The traps have to be set off in the right order or else something might go wrong.  Intelligent Qube must be played with a clear mind.  Being tired will only get you crushed.

Experts of this game will be very wise, because it takes thinking to win.  They can keep track of many things going on at the same time and think on the spot.

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