September 13th, 2012 | By Alex Wilkinson
It is not everyday that you stumble across a very well made 3D puzzle platformer that is free, however today is one of those days. Qbeh is a puzzle platform that showcases the creative talents of Liquid Flower Games a small up and coming studio with this title as their first game.
Qbeh is a very interesting game that you play through the four levels picking up blocks and arranging them to solve the puzzles at hand. My only issue with Qbeh is for a puzzle game it is far too short, only having four levels limits the difficulty greatly and it showed as I was able to complete Qbeh in a very short time frame.
It is however free and I do look for games that are short for these segments and it does fit the bill of being a fun puzzle platformer with some nice music over the top, so really I don’t have too much to complain about. The graphics are very nice with a distinct minecraft look but is done to higher resolution textures making this world look very nice.
Qbeh is a great little game it shows what we can expect from Liquid Flower Games and with their announcement of a prequel to Qbeh, my only hope it is a bit more of a full featured title. I did find a slight amount of slowdown in Qbeh in a few scenes especially the ending sequence but it mostly played fine for me and didn’t impact on my overall enjoyment.
Average Completion time – 20 minutes
Qbeh is very much worth your time to just relax to and engage in this fun little puzzler that has some great ideas in place. Qbeh can be downloaded on Desura from here, Liquid Flower Games website can be found here for all future developments.
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