“CUBE is a first-person, single-player puzzle adventure game based on Source Engine and set in a huge and constantly moving maze of different test chambers. The character you play as has been placed inside this cubic labyrinth and now must find a way out. But what is more, he has to remember his past and understand why he ended up as a test subject in this strange place! As you progress into the Cube, you get answers bit by bit with the help of your character’s fragmentary memories and even visions as well as hidden messages from those who had been here before.
The game offers a unique setting and a dark, mysterious story, which bears some connection with Half-Life and Portal universe. Moreover, CUBE can boast of new gameplay elements and almost non-linear, “forked” walkthrough with different options for further events. The result of everything that happens in the cubic complex will be directly influenced by your actions while playing!”
“This project is NOT a full-fledged game based on the original film trilogy Cube, because this series is copyright-protected (as of 2015-2016, all the rights belong to Lions Gate Entertainment Corporation). Only the basic concept of main location is similar; however, it has been modified. The game uses its OWN storyline and content, which do not correspond to the film canon. If you thought this is a game based on CUBE (1997) or CUBE2: Hypercube, that is not the case. We mention these films on the project’s page only to pay tribute to the initial source of our inspiration.”
- Title: Cube – Version 2
- Filename: hl2-ep2-sp-cube-v2.7z
- Size : 482MB
- Author: AASC / E-40
- Date Released: 04 May 2012
Cube was Greenlit in 2016 and is due to appear on Steam in 2019. I have added it here for historical purposes and if you are the kind of person who does replay mods, I highly recommend waiting for the final version.
You can find more details on the Cube Workshop page.
The file is too large to use directly with Gauge. Please download it first.
If you require more help, please visit the Technical Help page.
- Copy the cube folder into your …\Steam\SteamApps\common\sourcemods\ folder.
- Start or restart Steam
- CUBE should now be listed in your LIBRARY tab.
WARNING: The screenshots contain spoilers.
These images are taken from the very first part of the mod and I am led to believe that it doesn’t all look like cubes!
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