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  • Summary: [DSiWare; also known as "Art Style: Precipice"] The sky is literally falling, in the form of cubes, in the action-oriented Art Style: precipice. Watch for the telltale shadow to avoid seeing your character be crushed by a falling cube while climbing the stacked cubes to ascend to the floors above. Push, pull, or shove cubes to make your climb easier and try to gain extra points by stepping on five cubes in a row on the same floor. In addition, you’ll encounter special cubes that can either be helpful or harmful to your effort. Choose from either TEN FLOORS mode, which challenges you to reach the tenth floor while scoring as many points as possible, or TOWER mode, which gives you the chance to climb as high as you can. Do you have what it takes to make it to the top or will you be crushed? [Nintendo] Expand
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  1. A great little puzzler that's simple enough to get into but infinitely addictive. Brilliant. [Aug 2009, p.102]
  2. Developers SKIP Tokyo have executed another simple puzzle concept flawlessly, with both main game modes proving highly addictive and enough to keep you coming back to beat your previous high score.
  3. It's a fresh idea but somehow the block dropping antics of Art Style: KUBOS don't live up to its potential.
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  1. RobC
    Jun 29, 2009
    8
    A nice addictive game that is difficult to put down. The game can be completed after a couple of practices but getting those high scores is an enjoyable and risky adventure. Expand