Reviews of Chroma Cube
“I was thoroughly impressed by how much the creative team at Project Genius got out of 12 colored cubes and a wooden board to place them on. Not only that, but the game is beautiful, eye-catching in its presentation. The wooden pieces have a weight to them, and solving is a delightfully tactile experience. (The challenge cards can be tucked away in a slot within the board, making it a breeze to move around the house.
Heck, you could easily leave it on your coffee table as a puzzly conversation piece and it wouldn’t look out of place. Chroma Cube is a wonderfully visual take on classic deduction-style solving, one that will keep you on your toes from the first challenge card to the last.”
“Chroma Cube is a delightful brain teaser that you can enjoy even just for a few minutes. It’s especially perfect for when you are looking to get a quick gaming session in but do not have time to get out and set up a larger solo experience. Makes any wait more enjoyable!“
“The beauty of Chroma Cube is that it’s approachable by anyone. Our first inclination is to recommend the puzzle for those who can read the clues. However, you really don’t need to be limited by that either. After all, a parent could read the clues out loud and a child could try to solve it. One thing we do know for sure is that Chroma Cube makes a great desk display as well!”
“Not only is this solid wood game so pretty to have out on the coffee table, it has attracted every member of the family – from dad down to the youngest. Chroma Cube is a great way to keep those critical thinking skills sharp and can also be the perfect boredom buster. One of my favorite parts as a mom is that all the cards store right inside the wooden box.”
“Chroma Cube is a delightful tactile wooden puzzle that combines a Sudoku-esque solving experience with increasingly difficult crossword-like clues. You win by placing all 12 cubes in the correct locations on the board according to each challenge card. Played alone, or in groups, it's an excellent way to strengthen deductive and inductive reasoning skills.”