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"Makes my brain feel like it's having its first cup of coffee in the morning!"
- Adam Savage

Challenge your mind in Cubism, a deceptively simple puzzle game where you assemble increasingly complex shapes out of colorful blocks.

Immerse yourself in a zen environment as you reason your way through 90 puzzles which will put your spatial thinking skills to the test.


  • 90 challenging puzzles over two campaigns

  • Full hand tracking support

  • 120Hz support

  • Light & Dark mode

  • Passthrough mode



Educational, Puzzle, Relaxation/Meditation

Use Case:


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App Details


Supports Quest, Quest 2

Internet Connection:

Internet connection not required

Game Mode

Single User

Release Date

September 17, 2020

Space Required:

202 MB


English, Chinese (China), French (Belgium), French (Canada), French (France), German, Japanese, Korean, Spanish (Argentina), Spanish (Chile), Spanish (Colombia), Spanish (Mexico), Spanish (Peru), Spanish (Puerto Rico), Spanish (Spain), Spanish (Venezuela)


Cubism is a VR puzzle game where the player must take the provided color blocks and rotate and turn them to fit the prerequisite empty space. The puzzles start off easy and progressively become more challenging. 

The puzzles and controls are very easy to understand, you can rotate and walk around the puzzle which allows you to come up with new strategies as you see the puzzle from a new angle. 

Cubism’s 90 puzzles range from easy and can be completed in a matter of seconds to extremely complicated that can take upwards of an hour to complete. Even during the most complex puzzles, the soothing sound effects and music made me feel relaxed and at ease despite struggling to complete a puzzle for the greater half of an hour. 

Cubism’s controls, music, simplicity and design all come together and fits perfectly into an easy to pick up and play type of game. The game’s official puzzles do not offer enough replay value after you complete it but the newly added “Puzzle Editor” allows others to create and share their puzzles with other players which can truly test even the puzzle masters. 

Cubism is an easy buy for anybody who enjoys puzzles. The simple and clean nature along with near perfect performance on the Oculus Quest makes this an enjoyable experience. The difficulty curve felt natural and at the right pace which also means that the game was never too easy or too difficult and it never felt like a chore to complete a puzzle. But don’t let the design simplicity fool you, the puzzles can be very complex and solving a particular complex puzzle provides you with well earned satisfaction.

Rating: 4.5/5

Edited by ChatGPT

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