Q.U.B.E. recoups Indie Fund investment in four days of Steam release


It has been revealed that Q.U.B.E., the first game to be released with the backing of the Indie Fund, recouped its full investment after just four days on Steam.

The Indie Fund is an organization helmed by notable game designers such as Jonathan Blow. The company’s goal is to financially assist aspiring independent studios such as Toxic Games, the makers of Q.U.B.E.

Toxic Games was able to repay the $90,000 investment thanks to Q.U.B.E.‘s success on Steam, and the game has sold over 12,000 copies on various digital distribution platforms.

Q.U.B.E. is a first-person puzzle game with a striking minimalistic art style. For those who are interested, more information can be found on the game’s official website.

[Indie Fund]


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