Today we’ve found something a little different to normal. Today we’ve got a game about jumping and music where you have a 0.1% chance of ever hearing the song out to the end…

Cube Skip is another one of those games with a simple task, a reasonable time limit, and controls that require the understanding of a 2 year old to master, this game will, “in short” make you feel like an idiot…

Your mission in this game is to guide a bouncing ball down a slowly crumbling stack of blocks without accidentally “under jumping” or “over jumping” and falling to your death. The game concept is extremely simple, and so are the controls. To “single jump” (i.e. jump the space of 1 block) you’ll be required to tap on the left half of your screen, and to “double jump” (i.e. jump the space of 2 blocks) you’ll simply be required to tap on the right half of your screen.

Using these two basic controls, your mission in this game is to guide your ball past gaping holes, and sudden drops without accidentally falling to your death. Although in theory this game sounds like it was designed for 3 year olds, when you actually sit down and try to put theory into action, things often don’t turn out the way you’d expect them to…😓

Each time you complete a jump, you will hear a note – a little like Piano Tiles – that combined with all your other successful jumps becomes a famous piece of classical music. Unfortunately there’s a 99.9% chance you’ll only ever hear the first 30 to 40 notes of the entire song…

Do you have a narcissist “overly confident” friend that could use a lesson “benefit from some treatment?” If so, you may have just found an early Christmas present😉

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