You are send into a world of cubes where the inhabitants, colored cube things, need your help to solve mini game puzzles. Puzzles like Solving the Cube itself, knock Cubes off ledges, swap Cubes to make patterns, guide Cubes to safety, fit cubes into holes and place Cubes in boxes to make designs. Each game has twenty levels (except the Solving the Cube mini game which has three). The controls work, and those looking for puzzle games will get their fill (and then some.) But wait, there's more to Rubik's World than mini games. You can compose music using the cubes, but don't expect anything resembling more than jarring notes jumbled together. And you could teach the Cubes what objects like a tree look like - or conjure up something that doesn't look like a tree and pass it as a tree. This part is good for the artistic type. But let's face it - Rubik's World is mainly just a group of six mini puzzle games that get old very fast. You solve a level and go on to the next; there's no story line to follow and no reward given (outside of making more music and pictures.) Unless you are a die hard puzzle fan, you can skip Rubik's World.
This is an ok game. Great for the first 2 hours or so. It gets boring fast though. The Music game needs alot of work. The Rubix's Cube solver is nothing more then the instuctions you get with a cube. My suggestion dont waste your time.