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Intelligent Qube - PlayStation

Platform : PlayStation
Rated: Everyone
30 customer reviews

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  • Addictive block puzzle game
  • Over 20 stages
  • Build your own cube combos
  • Five different cube textures
  • For 1 or 2 players
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USED DISC ALL ART WORK & MANUAL MARS ON DISC TESTED WORKING GREAT!

From the Manufacturer

Intelligent Qube puts everyone's I.Q. to the test. In fact, over 800,000 men and women have challenged their abilities in Japan, where Intelligent Qube is selling at the top of the charts.

In Intelligent Qube, the goal is to clear the 3D stage in the least number of turns possible without destroying the forbidden black cubes. Easy enough? You'll have to try it to see how challenging it really is.

The challenge increases as cubes slam down faster and faster and the number of forbidden black cubes increase. Mess up, and the cubes will either crush you or push you off the edge. And to make matters worse, the game will always remind you just how intelligent you are by calculating and displaying your I.Q. for all the world to see.

The better you get at clearing the stages, the higher your I.Q. And with over 20 stages to master, your I.Q. is sure to be tested.


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  • ASIN: B00002SVWA
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,617 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A. Tamez Elizondo on September 5, 2001
Intelligent Qube is one of those rare gems for the Playstation, and it is interesting to know that one can find humble and challenging games among the giants of flashy graphics.
The game is one big and bad puzzle floor where crushing cubes come falling your way and you need to avoid them by making use of explosives you place in the floor. The more cubes you destroy, the more points you get, and as you advance further the speed the cubes come your way increases by dangerous margins.
I do not know if this game can still be found, I really doubt it, but if you come to find it, by all means buy it!!
M.I.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey G. Jones on March 24, 2006
I have been looking for this game since I got the demo with my Playstation almost 10 years ago. When I finally spotted it sitting behind the glass at a local game store, I screamed like a little girl and pounced on it the way a falcon catches a hare. I had to have it.

What's different from the demo? There's music now, which seems a little bit out of place but has its own cathartic kind of quality. There are eight increasingly ridiculous stages and then the Final Stage, which consists of four devious puzzles. My chops were still fairly fresh, and I was able to beat the game in one sitting, but it took 3 hours and I had to continue twelve times, and I wound up with a final IQ of 12 since the game resets your score when you continue. I plan on replaying it nonstop until I beat it without continuing.

This game is still every bit as much fun as the demo was in 1997. The controls remain responsive, the puzzles are still fresh, and the game is still unlike anything before or since (including the rather lousy PQ). This game is my most prized possession.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ian on March 23, 2005
This was the first (and only) puzzle game I've ever bought for a video game console, and it hooked me from the first five minutes of starting it up.

The concept here is really simiple. You're a tiny guy (or gal) on a big platform of blocks suspended in a world of darkness. You're sitting there, minding your own buisness, when suddenly huge smashy blocks appear at the end of the platform, coming right towards you. There's nowhere to hide, nowhere to run to. Your only chance is to set explosive devices and destroy the blocks before they reach you. If you fail...well, lets just say it won't be pretty.

So you run around, frantically destroying the blocks before they reach and crush you. It's very simple gameplay, but add in the fact that things go faster and faster, and the challenge gets harder and harder as the game goes on, and you've got a challenging game that's easy to learn, almost impossible to master.

So we've got fun and challenging gameplay, but absoloutly terrible graphics. By todays standards, Intelligent Qube is a visual mess. The charachters are terrilbly ugly and everything has a first generation playstation look to it. The game also gets impossibly hard as it goes on. I never got past the fourth level, which says a lot about how hard this puzzle is.

But the graphics and difficulty can be easily forgiven, considering how addictive and compelling the gameplay is. In it's finest form, Intelligent Qube is a perfect example of superior gameplay over superior graphics. This is one puzzler that stands the test of time quite well.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Cheney on July 17, 2001
This game has its origins in the Japanese game market. It was produced only for 6 months for the us market by Sony. Why for only 6 months i don't know. It is easier to find in the NTSC/J format along with it's sequil. The premis of this game is a fast paced puzzle environment. It really tests your wits. In a way it could be described as a scrolling rubix cube game for your playstation. It even gives your mock I.Q. at the end. Hence the name Intelligent *Q*ube not Cube. Look for this game on Amazon zshops or auctions and be prepared to pay at least some money. You won't want to let this game go once you have a copy.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 15, 2002
I got addicted to this game when I played the demo on one of our old demo CDs for the PS1. I had a really hard time finding it, and had to pay a lot for it when I did, but its worth it! If you are an old tetris pro or just love a challenge, don't hesitate to buy Intelligent Qube for yourself!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MrnDpty161 on June 13, 2010
It was a great game because it was so addicting and challenging --- yet simplistic and in the realm of its own in terms of the game world.

However, please. I was looking at the prices listed for this product and if one is hunting for a good deal, the ones you'll find on Amazon is your best bet because there are some interesting sellers on E-Bay that really think you'll pay nearly 100.00 for a PS-1 game. I mean really folks. A PS-1 game? The PS-1 system doesn't even sell as much as this game is trying to be sold for! Yeah... I mean...true it was a good game but then so is Monopoly and Battleship but you don't see people shelling out 80.00 to 100.00 for em!

Wow. Talk about gouging.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Wander VINE VOICE on February 11, 2008
In 1997, Intelligent Qube came out and completely took the puzzle world by storm. Much like Tetris, Intelligence Qube was a game that was nothing short of simplistic. Because of its simplistic formula, however, it was a widely addictive game that really forced you to use your brain. Unfortunately, the game is extremely rare these days and like many rare highly sought after video games, comes at ridiculous prices.

A game has never been simpler to learn than Intelligent Qube. Each level has several rows. Then the cubes begin to "march" forward. The entire point of the game is to capture cubes. You simply press X to lay down a trap and then X again to capture it. There are a couple of complexities to the gameplay that make it quite a challenge. For one, while your goal is to capture cubes, there are certain cubes that you shouldn't capture. These are forbidden cubes, and the penalty for capturing one is losing a row of the level you're on. There are also green cubes called advantage cubes. Capturing these allows you to set a trap that will capture all the surrounding cubes. At first, Intelligent Qube seems easy, but the game is much more complex than you think. As the game progresses, the cubes march forward and there are more rows of cubes to deal with. Just the same, the placement of the marching cubes is completely random.

At times you may even have to run in between cubes to get to the ones you must capture in order to avoid forbidden cubes. Should you ever get crushed by the cubes, they'll automatically roll off the edge of the stage and a row will collapse. If that happens you'll have to go through the same set again. If you successfully capture all cubes without capturing any forbidden cubes you'll gain another row.
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