Here's a list of Cubology's cubes with tips on how to deal with them!
The most common cube in Cubology. Comes in a variety of colors (red, green, blue, yellow & purple). Match these cubes into groups of three or more to remove them from a level. Be careful not to leave one or two behind though!
Just like a color cube except it doesn't match with anything. Useful for getting colored cubes into the right locations. The only way to get rid of these metal cubes is to blow them up with Bomb Cubes or TNT Barrels!
Just like a normal Color Cube except that when it starts moving, it doesn't stop until it hits a solid wall of cubes, or the edge of the level. This cube will 'jump' over single cubes, so you'll need to stack cubes up to stop them!
There's no moving these Static Cubes, but they still need to be matched up with other Color Cubes to complete certain levels. These cubes can also hover in mid air, so you may need to start building towers!
This cube does nothing except sit where it is. Sounds quite boring, but they're commonly used to create all sorts of scenery shapes including stairs, walls & trees! These cubes can also hover in mid air, impressive!
Each time a cube is moved on and off a Crumble Cube it will become more and more unstable. Finally, it will crumble away completely leaving a big hole! Sometimes holes are good, but most of the time they lead to Absorber Tiles!
You can only move these Bomb Cubes so many times before they blow up! This Bomb Cube will leave a big 3 by 3 hole in the level when it goes! The number of moves remaining are shown on the cube, handy!
Just like a Color Cube, except it can become any color. When it touches any Color, Slider or Static Cube it will adopt that cube's color! These are great when you don't quite have enough of a certain Color Cube to complete a level!
Move any Color Cube next to this Spray Cube and it will be re-sprayed to the same color. Great when you need more of a certain color to complete a level, but sometimes they can get in the way!
Magnets will grab hold of any cube that gets too close! Once attached, there is no way to unstick the unfortunate cube. Sometimes this is a good thing, but in most levels these cubes are to be avoided! They can also hover in mid air!
Crystal Cubes can only be cleared by making a contained layer of them. They have to occupy a single layer and be enclosed on all sides by Scenery Cubes, or the edge of the level. Confused? The tutorial levels will make it clear!
Clear Gem Cubes by linking them all together. They won't disappear until every single last Gem Cube is touching another so be careful not to miss one out. Gem Cubes can move just like normal Color Cubes.
Just like a Scenery Cube except it cannot be destroyed by Bomb Cubes or TNT Barrels. You can see straight through them, which is handy on some levels and these are great for making mazes!
The Non-Cuboid Cubes
More Level Elements
They may not be cubes, but they're just as important on some levels!
Not happy with where one of your cubes is? Move it on to this Teleporter and it'll end up at a brand new location! Some levels have lots of Teleporters and it'll be up to you to figure out where they all lead to!
TNT Barrels are very, very temperamental! If any cube touches a TNT barrel it'll instantly blow up just like a Bomb Cube. These cubes are great for chain reactions, but be careful as you'll want to avoid them on some levels!
Drop any cube onto this Absorber Tile and it'll be instantly dissolved! The only way to get your unfortunate cube back, is to restart the level!
Similar to Absorber Tiles, this Black Hole will suck in any cube that gets too close. Where does the unfortunate cube go? Who knows, but if it was important you'll need to come up with a new strategy!