Cubic Mile by Ghost Meets Cat is a free game that combines top-down shooter, 3D platformer and puzzle game genres all in one. In the game, you’ve been absorbed into your own consciousness, so you're forced to explore a series of rooms filled with volatile enemies.
As you progress through the rooms within the Cubic Mile, you'll encounter violent enemies and shards of your broken soul, which have become resentful of you leaving them behind. Your core weapon is a spin attack, but if you're resourceful, you'll find items that you can use to your advantage too. To get out of some of the rooms, you’ll have to solve multiple puzzles. For another game with an existential aspect, check out Start Survey?
Do I have to pay for Cubic Mile?
No, Cubic Mile is completely free to download and free to play.
However, you do have the option of making a voluntary payment to support the ongoing work of Ghost Meets Cat. When you click the download button, a window will appear suggesting amounts to donate. You can choose one of the payment suggestions, pick a custom amount or skip ahead to the free download.
Does Cubic Mile contain viruses?
No, it's a clean download, provided you get it from a trustworthy source.
It's important to be cautious about downloading games from untrustworthy sites, as they often bundle software with unwanted and harmful software.
What are the controls for Cubic Mile?
Cubic mile is one part arcade-style bullet hell game and one part existential crisis. Due to the different gameplay styles, Cubic Mile was designed to be played with a control pad. According to the developer, playing it with keyboard controls is possible, but it's not recommended.
How do I install Cubic Mile?
After you click the download button, a ZIP file will download to your Windows device. When it's finished, open it, then unzip the files to your preferred storage location. Next, navigate to that location and double-click the application file of the game.
Combine the games
On paper, Cubic Mile’s combo of game styles sounds like a potential mess. However, while the visual experience sometimes borders on the surreal, it works well with gameplay that offers variety without being confusing. The main feature that we'd like to see improved in Cubic Mile is better keyboard support, which would make it more accessible to players without control pads.