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Visceral Cubes is a mix of stealth, action and a little bit of gore

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If you're after a cheap thrill, Visceral Cubes is a game of survival as you attempt to make it past infected with stealth and a little luck.

It released with Linux support back in May and just recently got updated with new weapons to help you survive a little longer, more animations for enemies and more little features.

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About the game:

After losing contact with a space station on mars, you are sent to retrieve a high value item for the company. It didn’t take long for our protagonist to find out that something went very very wrong in this place. With no communication means, there is no other choice but to advance further in the complex. He will face a visceral experience to retrieve the item.

Visceral Cubes is a game where you survive by evading your enemies. You can stealth your way past them or run for your life hoping that they don't catch up and explode in your face.

I decided to personally purchase this one for a bit of fun and it's not bad. It's pretty silly, a little freaky at times too. Good bit of cheap fun.


  • Simple but challenging gameplay.
  • Physics, watch your enemies explode and make a mess of the environment.
  • Collect key items to advance further into the complex.
  • Find and read left over data of the station screw. Find how what happened!
  • Enjoy an original soundtrack.
  • Steam Achievements.

Find it on Steam. It's 66% off for the last few hours of the Summer Sale.

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Seegras 7 July 2018 at 6:37 am UTC
And it's on sale right now on steam, with 70% discount.

Last edited by Seegras at 7 July 2018 at 6:37 am UTC
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