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A Nintendo game by [[wikipedia:Kenji Eno|Kenji Eno]], who has gained a reputation for designing a number of past 'unusual' games.
 
A Nintendo game by [[wikipedia:Kenji Eno|Kenji Eno]], who has gained a reputation for designing a number of past 'unusual' games.
  
In this game, the player has to use the [[Wii Remote]] to flick creatures known as Fallos on to cubes. Fallos however can fall off the cube if the positioning of the cube is at an unstable angle. Fallos can also be attacked by enemies.
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In this game, the player has to use the [[Wii Remote]] to flick creatures known as Fallos on to cubes. Fallos however can fall off the cube if the cube is at an unstable angle/tilts too far. Fallos can also be attacked by enemies.
  
 
Throwing Fallos continues until enough occupy the cubes, and the player advances to the next stage.<ref>[https://nindb.net/wii/you-me-and-the-cubes/index.html NinDB page]</ref>
 
Throwing Fallos continues until enough occupy the cubes, and the player advances to the next stage.<ref>[https://nindb.net/wii/you-me-and-the-cubes/index.html NinDB page]</ref>

Latest revision as of 15:19, 15 January 2020

You, Me, and the Cubes
きみとぼくと立体。
YMCubes.png
Developer(s): fyto
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform:
Category:
Players:
Predecessor:
Successor:
Copyrights: ©2009 Nintendo, ©2009 fyto
Pricing
Release dates
N. America:

September 21, 2009

Japan:

March 26, 2009

Europe:

September 25, 2009

Australia:

September 25, 2009

[[|]] has more information on this game:
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You, Me, and the Cubes is a WiiWare game. The game is no longer available due to closure of the Wii Shop Channel.

Summary[edit]

A Nintendo game by Kenji Eno, who has gained a reputation for designing a number of past 'unusual' games.

In this game, the player has to use the Wii Remote to flick creatures known as Fallos on to cubes. Fallos however can fall off the cube if the cube is at an unstable angle/tilts too far. Fallos can also be attacked by enemies.

Throwing Fallos continues until enough occupy the cubes, and the player advances to the next stage.[1]

References[edit]

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