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Run, run, run, run, run, run, run away, psycho runner! And now welcome to a game where even Usain Bolt wouldn’t be fast enough. Experience a platformer from the first person perspective and with more than just two dimensions. Experience Hover Cubes: Arena.

Hover Cubes: Arena is a competitive first person multiplayer jump'n'run, taking it to the next level! Use your skills to perform wall jumps or double jumps. Use the hovering cubes with their different abilities and combinations as you make your way through fast paced levels, overcome abysses and avoid dangerous traps. Be faster than your opponents, block their ways with activated barricades, raise the global highscore and be better than all the other players. Participate in globally broadcasted tournaments on your own or in a team or become a spectating fan of your favorite team.

Built with the Unreal Engine 4 Hover Cubes: Arena offers an eye-catcher experience with easy to use and super hard to master gameplay and can hardly be compared to any other game out there.

  • Super unique Gameplay! Is it a first person runner? A platformer? A multiplayer shooter? It’s everything at once.
  • Race your friends and let `em fail! Hover Cubes: Arena comes along with a Multiplayer for up to 8 people. Beat them in adrenaline filled races and fool them by removing the ground they‘re walking on.
  • Easy to learn, hard to master! You will be able to complete the courses easily, but to get yourself into the highscores you’ll sweat blood tears.
  • Manipulate the world! Your destination seems to be unreachable? Well, try harder! Or manipulate the world by using cubic forces.
  • Intuitive and straight forward! Hover Cubes: Arena is created around intuitive controls and an UI which gives you just and exactly the information you really need.
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7 Service Pack 1, 8, 10
  • Processor: 2 GHz Dual-Core CPU
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GPU with 1 GB Video RAM
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7 Service Pack 1, 8, 10
  • Processor: 3 GHz Dual-Core CPU
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GPU with 2 GB Video RAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
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Early Access Review I've had this Game on the Screen for longer, when Steam notified me of the early access, I've of course accessed it directly. So, the coarsest forerunct, Hover Cubes wants to establish itself in e-sports and Would be nothing short of refreshing alongside the classic Representatives of their respective genres such as Call of Duty, Counter Strike, League of Legends or Starcraft 2. When asked if this Game has what it takes, the Answer is definitely yes, because the Idea behind it is as simple as it is great. Even though I only have one Hour of Play at the Time of this Review, don't Worry, you don't need anything to do that anymore. So Let's get to the essential, what exactly is we about? In Principle, this Game is a First Person/Action/Puzzle/Free Running Mishmasch.You control your Character, the Runner and this must be taken from A to B as soon as possible. Here you have various Obstacles on your Way, be it simple Walls, Laser Beams, etc. In addition to Running, you can master the Double Jump that you certainly need more often, slip through smaller Openings or run a Dash forward to the And the associated Loss of Time to compensate. On the Track, you collect Punkteringe.These add up at the End of the Lap and add some of your Time down. So You don't just have to be quick, you have to be precise. You can also create Platforms yourself, for example, to get over a few Abysses faster, even if it's only Milliseconds-to save them. Either you do this alone, or you wait until three more Runners come into the Lobby, so you can compete directly to four against each other. Later, other important Elements come into Play, such as various Building Blocks with which you can make the Enemies harder or where to stick to secure a temporal Advantage. As mentioned at The Beginning, this Concept is refreshing and makes Launche.However, despite the Car Mark in Terms Of Graphics Setup, you should rather meet your Own settings, because a flowing Image should definitely be present here. The game is just as difficult to play around the Time with a full 4-Player lobby because they block each other's path, which often robs Unnecessarily time and the different Blocks are responsible for this. For a Game in the EA, however, it runs very clean at the Start, here is definitely no Disaster like with its Time ARK. In General, however, this Game already looks bombastic and has an asture flow of play. Anyone who wants to try their hand at something off the classic Schnetzel and Ballerorgie should definitely take a Look at it, I can only recommend it further! If you run even one Round, you will be grabbed by the Nuts if you want to show even remotely what they can do and want to compete with other Players in a slightly different Genre!
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