Cube Creator DX announced for 3DS

The latest in the Arc System Works sandbox series.

Cube Creator DX

Big John Games is developing Cube Creator DX, the latest entry in its Cube Creator sandbox game series, for 3DS, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals. The Arc System Works-published title will launch in Japan on April 27 for 2,800 yen at retail and 1,852 yen via download.

The game offers the following three modes:

  • Survival Mode – Control your avatar and survive the cruel world. New weapons and materials have been added, and the variety of items you can craft have doubled. You can also recruit animals and monsters.
  • Creator Mode – Freely create buildings and characters.
  • Stage Builder Mode – Create your own stages, and then play those stages. You’ll be able to use a great number of “Gimmick Cubes,” such as dangerous traps and jumping trampolines.

The game will also feature online support. Players will be able to create buildings together, as well as publish their stages and worlds.

Development on Cube Creator DX is currently 80 percent complete.

Thanks, Famitsu and Hachima Kikou.

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