It seems like nowadays a lot of student projects and independent game development as a hobby has churned out a lot of blockbuster, viral video games, whether it be on PC, the iPhone or a sub-platform on home consoles. Hoping to join the illustrious ranks of indie-devs turned mega-studio is the UK based group, Toxic Games, who appears to be working hand-over-foot to get their student-project turned puzzle adventure game, Q.U.B.E., on the Xbox Live Arcade.

According to XBLA Fans, this unique project that seems to be a mix of Portal meets Tetris could be arriving for Microsoft’s Live platform given the team’s “strong ambitions to bring the game to Xbox Live in the future”.

Q.U.B.E., for those of you who don’t know, stands for “Quick Understanding of Block Extrusion”. Players basically end up in a bright lab-like environment made of cubes with “power gloves” that can physically manipulate the cubes in the walls and on the ground to perform specific physics-based tasks. The game looks really snazzy and I love the clean, lab-like aesthetic. But hey, words pale in comparison to what your eyes can see so how about you just check out the gameplay video below. For more info, feel free to visit the Official Website.

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