It's going to be a fierce battle in Cube Tactics, Coming Soon to Nintendo 3DS

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Teyon and Japanese game's developer, FUN UNIT, today announced the collaborated release of Cube Tactics on Nintendo 3DSTM in Europe and the Americas. The game will be available via the American and European Nintendo eShop from next Thursday, March 13 for $4.99 and €4.99 respectively.

In the land of cubes roam fierce enemies, protecting their cores and bringing mass destruction to their rivals. Train with Sir Knight to become the ultimate Cube Master as you tackle these enemies head on with simple tactics and the use of cubes! Perfect your skills with over 25 Quests to complete in Single Player mode and even more online Multiplayer battles with up to 3 enemies at one time! Earn medals not just for appearances but to equip and advance your army with even more power, in this tactical game of cubes!

Game Features

- Battle against more lethal enemies with online Multiplayer mode and international rankings
- Over 25 tactical Quests to complete in Single Player mode
- Various cubes and fighters with unique combat abilities for electrifying and thrilling battles
- Multitudes of medals to collect and equip in-game for extra military power!

For more information about Cube Tactics head to the official website ( and to preview the cubic battles watch the official trailer on YouTube:

About Fun Unit

Fun Unit is a console game developer and publisher based in Tokyo, Japan. They are involved in the planning, development and production of games as well as marketing and publishing games for various platforms in Japan. Fun Unit is now providing fun downloadable titles for various platforms not only in Japan but also on a global scale.
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