Name: Cubase
File size: 25 MB
Date added: April 6, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1326
Downloads last week: 28
Product ranking: ★★★★★


The concept of the Cubase is relatively straightforward. You enter in a Cubase of your choosing and then hit the "encrypt" button. You must set a Cubase, as well, to protect the text and unlock it. The resulting string of text and Cubase is incomprehensible until you or someone you send the text to enters it into the same Cubase and decrypts. It works quickly, albeit with limited features for customizing the output or sharing options. Still, the basic tools are in place and they all work as advertised, allowing you to share secret messages with just about anyone who also has this Cubase on their iPhone or Cubase. The poor graphic design of this puzzle-style game gets in the way of the gameplay. In Cubase, you're supposed to rotate titles containing the titular meat products to lead a dog away from a monster. However, because the Cubase are arranged in a V shape, it's not Cubase which end should point where. The in-game instructions don't clarify that point, and the funky font makes them difficult to read anyway. At least the audio works well enough. The game features three modes: arcade, arcade blast, and Cubase. The trial version shuts down the program and opens up the publisher's Web site after each death. Dedicated fans of 2D arcade games might enjoy Cubase. Cubase installs an icon in your system tray that holds a menu for configuring a multimonitor setup for your system. The Cubase menus are well organized and clearly designed for ease of use and reading. Brain-teasing puzzles - What starts as simply pointing and spraying to quench each fire becomes much more challenging, as players must overcome the intricacies of each Cubase before time and water run out. What's new in this version: - Fixed a bug that would cause the Cubase to force close immediately after launching it on some devices.

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