In a world where inhabitants live in the sky on floating islands made of cubes, a disaster threatens to make the population fall into the depths. The magic paint that keeps the cubes stuck together is drying out. Lucien, a trainee painter, fights with others against the disaster by repainting the islands.Read full description
“Revolutionary 3d puzzle mechanics” Gaming Blend
“The art design is bright and rich, and the music so far is light and fluffy, complementing the real joy that is the gameplay.” http://indiegames.com/2012/11/demoandreleaseubinotarotat.html
“Inventive puzzle game.” GameSideStory
In a world where inhabitants live in the sky on floating islands made of cubes, a disaster threatens to make the population fall into the depths. The magic paint that keeps the cubes stuck together is drying out. Lucien, a trainee painter, fights with others against the disaster by repainting the islands.
Smart puzzles in 3d in a zen world
Magic paints with improbable powers, allowing many possibilities
The little adventure of Lucien, a trainee painter travelling through the sky
More than 100 levels to discover in 7 different skies
One of the better puzzle games of recent times. Based on simple physics and spatial orientation. The rounds are interesting, though the majority of the can be beaten by my first approach. After all, nice ideas were implemented. During my gameplay, I was not bored at all but sadly after beating the game, I fell a bit disappointed that the game was a bit short. Still a good title.
I had recieved for free a key for Ubinota from a giveaway, and I must say it's one of the best games I tried! I didn't really knew how the game was, and I was stunned when I played. It is a well made indie game, it has interesting stages which make you using your brain, thinking again and again in order to complete some stages, and it has a cute, calm soundtrack that really does fit the game. Ubinota is a game that deserves more recognition for it's genre, I believe. The price it has is absolutely worth it. The game itself will provide you hours of gameplay, a lot of stages to complete. Rating: 90/100
Ubinota is a special 3D puzzle game. rather than just calling itself a puzzle game, it has a wonderful story as an added bonus, uniquely fun npcs, beautiful artwork, rather than the typical boring grey/white background, and the difficulty actually makes you think about how you will complete it. the visuals and music help keep you calm and able to think properly, and trust me when using the green and red paint your'e going to need this. though yes there are some levels that will be done like nothing, but which puzzles games don't have these? (not including the first few tutorial ones), they are merely a diversion so they can come out of nowhere with the harder ones that will have you looking at them from every angle, adding, removing, and changing paint from blocks, to the point where Lucien(essentially who you play as) will start eating the paint. nah i'm just kidding you won't lose paint, but seriously this kid eats paint. don't believe me? then give the game a try. in fact in one of the levels he screws you over in the amount that you have because he ate most of it.
Ubinota is a brand new puzzle game set in an unique world placed in the sky. In fact, Ubinota is a very deep game but, at the same time, is also very relaxing. The player’s goal is to fix the clouds of a fallen world using a sort of magic paint to repair the floating islands and renew their gorgeous, devastated places. The game is not like the usual puzzle I played before, first of all because of its incredible art design and its beautiful atmosphere, plus the restful music and the original mechanics of the gameplay. The variety is guaranteed by the different types of paint the player can use in a great number of levels and different situations set in very special and original skies. The game isn't easy at all, but the music, the great graphic aspect and its good vibes allow the player to search the right way to solve the puzzles quietly. Use your mind in relax: buy Ubinota!
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