Qbeh is a short, FREE first person puzzle platformer, inspired by games like Portal and Minecraft, in which the player "cubes" their way through 4 exciting levels. Made with the Unity game engine. Quotes from reviews: "Qbeh is an exquisite little thing" - Rock, Paper, Shotgun "Highly immersive and very creative" - eGamer "It’s not every day we see something this cool and fun" - Game Front "Developers Liquid Flower Games might play up the Minecraft and Portal similarities on the Qbeh homepage, but I think that’s doing their serene puzzle-FPS a disservice" - PC Gamer "too portal" - Quarry, TIGSource Forum member
Qbeh is an interesting puzzle game similar to Portal. The player re-uses certain blocks to get to different areas of the map. The graphics are pretty good, but the game engine needs much more optimization. I noticed major lag issues even on a high-end Windows 7 machine with a graphics accelerator card. Also, this game needs to last longer than 4 levels! Despite all of this, the game is definitely worth a look.
This is just a short first person platformer, no puzzling involved. You just need precision in jumping and can turn off your brain. The only difficulty is when you fall down you have to restart whole level. I got an idea, why not make game more challenging and force player to start from the tutorial everytime he falls?
In short: puzzle game for Minecraft schoolkids. Comparison to Portal is just pathetic. Anyone who's looking for real, free, first person puzzle should check: Perspective.