Cube Cut Details
Think you’re pretty good at solving 3D puzzles? Put that assumption to the test in Cube Cut, a 3D spatial reasoning puzzle game where you carve into cubes to try and match blueprints. Don’t mess up or else your cube gets scrapped and you have to start all over. Cube Cut starts out easy but gets more difficult as you rank up from trainee to apprentice and beyond. Customize your cube with crazy colors as you level up.
See if you have the spatial awareness needed to succeed in high-demand jobs like machinist, CNC machine operator, welder, and technician. Play well enough in this game and you will be pointed to real-life career opportunities in these fields.
Cube Cut was developed by Catalyst Connection and Simcoach Games, thanks to generous funding from the Chevron Foundation and the Benedum Foundation, to build awareness of the career opportunities in manufacturing.
Mechanical aptitude: the ability to understand and apply mechanical concepts and principles to solve problems. Do you have it or don’t you? The idea can be scary to consider, especially if you know that you have to take a mechanical aptitude test as part of the hiring process. However, most people don’t realize that they are using mechanical aptitude principles in their everyday lives!
MechLife drives the point home that the everyday person already has a grasp of mechanical concepts, whether they realize it or not. Play as an aspiring manufacturing employee as he prepares for an upcoming interview. Encounter quirky situations at home that need your attention in this short but engaging story. As you get ready for your upcoming interview, you begin to realize that the quirky situations you are encountering do a great job of preparing you for the questions on the mechanical aptitude test!
MechLife aims to prepare future candidates for typical mechanical aptitude tests that are a part of the hiring process for many manufacturing organizations. MechLife was developed by Catalyst Connection and Simcoach Games, thanks to generous funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development.