I got this game because I heard them talking about it so enthusiastically on the Bombcast. It was already on my radar, but after they spent a long segment on it, I thought that I *had* to try it out. I got through a few levels, and about 8 cubes, but I realized that I wasn't really keeping track on how the levels are connected together. I have a map that I can't read, and I need to spend time to figure out how the world map works. It's really interesting, though.
When I was on vacation, I didn't have access to an Xbox 360, so I didn't play this game. I intend to get back to it, though.
I started over. I started to really pay attention to the world map. I also tried to stick to one branch of the map and really figure out each area and how it works before moving onto the next.
Now that I've played this game a bit, I truly *love* this game. I finished the game once, and started on New Game+.
The later puzzles are really rewarding. To get the anti-cubes, you need to solve some pretty devious puzzles.
I managed to solve one "on accident." (The Tetris piece tombstone, if you must ask.) I don't know if the game is more forgiving than what I expected the solution to be, or if I didn't fully understand the puzzle, but I managed to get the anticube while still in the process of getting to *my* solution.
So far, I have not had to look up a single hint. I'm rather proud of that fact. I have collected 31 cubes, 6 cube bits, and 8 anti-cubes. I just got the Prenologist achievement. The leaderboard says I'm 121.9% complete.