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If you prefer being in the game rather than watching from the sidelines, you can choose to interact with each of these characters via built-in motion sensors. For instance, if you tumble Dodgers cube over and over, he will roll to each down-facing side with every turn--and may eventually get really angry with you. If you pick up Whips cube and shake it, he will fall and flail about. Theres also a good chance he will get physically sick from all the motion.
|Collect and connect up to 16 cubes.|
|Each cube side measures just under two inches.|
If you have multiple Cube World sets, you can connect up to 16 cubes in any vertical and/or horizontal configuration to see them all interact together (even if there are more than one of the same character). Since each cube can hold up to four stick figures, this makes for hours of unpredictable and thoroughly entertaining fun. Each cube runs on one CR2032 battery, which is included.
My son (8yrs old) received a set for Christmas and loved them and so did I. This toy was very different from any of the other games he received. Read morePublished on January 23, 2008 by Amazon Customer
Cube World's are really good if you are waiting for something. For example if you have a computer program that is taking a while to load, you can play with them and watch them do... Read morePublished on January 1, 2008
I discover it is fun game. It gives me enjoyment and gives me less stress. I like it lot. Thank you.Published on March 28, 2007 by Eliza Solesby
I gave these to my brother for Christmas thinking that they were so cool. He says that they do not do everything that it says they will. Read morePublished on January 11, 2007 by Karen Johnson-Massey
One cube came working and the other does not. A complete waste of money. Not to mention that the cube that does work, really does not do much.Published on February 21, 2006 by T. smith