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  • Summary: Connect the cubes in 165+ levels of deliciously fruity fun set in a tropical paradise with pirates, mermaids, witches, and much more! Solve tons of challenging puzzles as you set sail for the sweetest and fruitiest adventure around!
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  1. Oct 31, 2013
    Juice Cubes is another winning release from Rovio, and if it motivates you to put a few healthy slices of fruit in your freezer, all the better.
  2. Nov 12, 2013
    Juice Cubes is a decent little game that ultimately fails to plant much of a stake in the already over-populated match-three territory. It's cute, buoyant, and aside from being stingy with its power-ups, doesn't do anything particularly wrong; the thing is, its repetitive, too-easy gameplay simply fails to give us any reason to leave our first Crush.
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  1. Feb 2, 2014
    It's not exactly original, the match three or more style gameplay has been done a lot, but it still manages to be a decently fun distraction. If you're doing something like sitting in a waiting room this can be a fun game to play for a round or two in order to pass the time. Moments like these are the best time to play it, because odds are you'll end up putting it down before you begin to truly notice the inconsistencies with it's gameplay design and content. It's not particularly impressive or really addicting at all, but when you've got noting better to do this game can provide some decent entertainment on the go. Sometimes that's all a game needs to do. Expand