Cube Life: Island Survival for Nintendo Wii U
Wii U

Cube Life: Island Survival

Jun 4, 2015
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About this game

Developer: Cypronia
Content Rating: Everyone10+


Imagine being stranded on a beautiful deserted island... All of life's necessities: Food, water, shelter - all of your everyday needs are now gone, and it's up to you to survive. Cannibals and wild animals will not make it any easier on you. You'll need to explore, build, and craft to stay alive.

In Creative Mode, the game will allow players to build constructions in 3D generated game worlds. There is no limit to your imagination. In Survival Mode, the player must maintain health, explore caves, gather resources, and craft tools on an unknown island. Get food, explore and build during the day. Hide, fight, and surive as night falls on the island.

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Mitch VogelJun 12, 2015
Its imitation of the source material is admirable and it introduces a few new ideas that help differentiate it and make it a bit more than just another "me too" game. However, extremely long load times and a survival mode held back by some archaic design choices prevent this from being something truly great. At the end of the day, though, this is the best sandbox game on the Wii U yet, and fans looking to get their fix need to look no further.
Alex SeedhouseJul 22, 2015
Cube Life: Island Survival works hard to strike out on its own terms. This can be seen as a solid foundation to Cypronia’s take on the block-building genre, and with updates promising to add local multiplayer, bug fixes and additional features, it’s clear that it will only continue to evolve in response to community feedback.
Albert LichiJul 09, 2015
Cube Life: Island Survival may be a low-tier Minecraft clone, but offers plenty of content. Rife with bugs and generally performing poorly, the core game of survival is thankfully intact, and amenities expected for crafting are all accounted for. This is a very rough and slapped together product and if bought at the introductory lower price, it is at least fair.

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