Cubescape Highlights

19 May 2008


A Blue Perspective: Cubescape Highlights

My great uncle Jeremiah once told me these wise words: "If you give a man a painting, he will enjoy it for one day. But if you give a man a canvas, he will draw a giant penis on it." It's that memory of old uncle Jezza that brought a nostalgic tear to my eye as I looked through the submissions on Cubescape.

As with any user generated content, looking at what people have done with Cubescape fills me with equals parts dismay and wonder. Because the dismay is somewhat more obvious, I thought I'd share some of the wonder that I've stumbled across.

Thanks to everyone that's submitted a Cubescape. Keep on cubing and I'll keep my eye out for more works of genius.


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  1. 1/6

    dusoft commented on 21 May 2008 @ 01:00

    One bug that is still there is this:
    When I click on skip animation, everything clears up and nithing is displayed...

    Using latest Firefox

  2. 2/6

    James Hill commented on 21 May 2008 @ 09:09

    I snorted with laughter when I red that first paragraph!..

  3. 3/6

    James Hill commented on 21 May 2008 @ 09:09

    read... damnit.. it's late over here!

  4. 4/6

    Scott Johnson commented on 21 May 2008 @ 12:53

    Do you have some sort of fancy backend for this app that lets you browse through all of the submissions?

  5. 5/6

    font man commented on 21 May 2008 @ 19:31

    The tetris are great! :-)))

  6. 6/6

    Ben Pickles commented on 21 May 2008 @ 19:41

    love it... and the penis quote.

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