Lost Pixels (Formerly Kube) is an orthographic abstract puzzle game. I'll be working on it in my spare time. This is a personal project to get more accustomed to Javascript and Unity.


Once finished, the app will go for $0.99 on the Android Market, Desura (PC, Mac, Linux) and iOS if I get enough money for their developer fee.

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I already want it.

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