This is a review update for the game Cubit The Hardcore Platformer Robot.
You can see the original review here.
The main objective of the update were the game’s controls where a majority of people (I’m not on the list) complained about them. Considering how you only need to jump, I found this strange, however, after playing I discovered that they were right: the controls have been improved. What are the differences? The controls are more responsive (with that I mean less clumsy) and the constant jumps are easier to perform. This doesn’t sound like a big deal, but it actually makes the gameplay better.
Another thing that was fixed is the name creation where the number of characters increased from 7 to 10 and special characters are now allowed. This is great because the title now has online leadboards, including the worldwide, country and friend categories.
A new mode has been added as well, named Hardcore +, where it’s like an arcade mode somehow: with just one life, you need to collect the highest amount of points you can get and the more the distance you run, the more the points you get.
This isn’t a huge list of changes, however, it does use the game’s potential where it adds a lot of replay value. It’s cheap and it has a good quality, therefore if you love challenges, I can’t see a reason not to get it.