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Cube Lets You Play Using Google Maps

Posted on April 30, 2012
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Google has just rolled out Cube, a 3D game that teaches players about the functions of Google Maps as you roll a blue ball through mazes of major cities.

There are eight levels in the game, each making use of features found on Maps such as cycling paths, traffic flow, and even sales within certain shopping establishments. The only rule here is to move the ball using your mouse cursor, weaving through streets and alleys until it reaches its destination.

The game culminates on the eighth and final level, where the cube maze switches maps as the ball reaches its goal until it settles on its fifth destination.

Cube is free-to-play and does not require downloading. Try beating its all-time fastest game, clocking in at around 2 minutes 15 seconds.

Source: Ubergizmo

 
 

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