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    Kubrix review: A puzzle game that requires you to rotate bricks to complete a path

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    You can remove ads with an in-app purchase of Rs 159.

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    It looks more like an art piece than a game, thanks to the vibrant colours and handcrafted puzzles.
    Free, for Android and iOS

    Kubrix is a puzzle game that requires you to rotate bricks in order to complete a path. It looks more like an art piece than a game, thanks to the vibrant colours and handcrafted puzzles. There's a hint of Monument Valley (in the design & colours) and it also seems to be inspired by the late filmmaker Stanley Kubrick's attention to detail.

    Also, there seem to be an unlimited number of levels - which probably means that each level is procedurally generated. If you get stuck, you can ask for a hint (and you get more hints by watching ads). You'll see some small banner ads at the bottom of the screen and the occasional full screen ad too. You can remove ads with an in-app purchase of Rs 159. We could not get past level 24 but maybe you'll have better luck.

    iOS 13, Catalina, Mac Pro: Everything Apple Announced at WWDC 2019

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    ​The Annual Affair

    Apple's annual developers conference, Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) was held in San Jose, California. There were a sea of announcements, amidst that of the end of an era for a rather popular app, iTunes. Although, the Cupertino-based tech giant made a lot of new announcements, it also played catch-up with a lot of new features, most of which are already available with the competetitors. Apple debuted with an all-new Mac Pro, added some interesting upgrades to the iOS 13, apart from adding health features to the Apple Watch, Watch OS 6. Here's everything that Apple unveiled at WWDC 2019.


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