Hardcore puzzle game Omnicube is now available on Steam, itch.io, and the Windows Store. Created by Canadian developer Trykon Studios, Omnicube invites players to travel to the depths of space to help the once all-knowing Omnicube restore its memory. Featuring clean, minimalist visuals, intense difficulty and a wacky sense of humor, the game is bound to impress puzzle fans ready for their next obsession.


Omnicube’s gameplay appears straightforward at first: In a series of puzzles featuring color-coded portals, you must put the cube’s “memory blocks” back in the right place – which will only happen if you match blocks with the correct portal. Make no mistake: you’ll be looking at a hearty challenge if you want to bring the Omnicube’s memory back to full capacity …

Each of Omnicube’s 60 levels requires careful planning and creative problem-solving: you’ll not only have to “manage” the position of each block, but you must also avoid obstacles such as trap doors and death pits – and get your blocks into the right portals, of course! The fewer moves you use, the higher the score. Enjoy nearly endless replayability as you attempt to nail each level with a three-star score. Even the good-humored Omnicube itself – insufficient memory notwithstanding – will step in and help you with some hints and the occasional, nonsensical line of dialogue.

Available on Windows and Mac, Omnicube has been featured in a number of outlets – including SaveorQuit.com, Gaming Cypher, The Gaming Ground, Flickering Myth, and Invision Community.

Read more about Omnicube and Trykon Studios here.