The late Kenji Eno was an overlooked artist within gaming, mostly because his creations were too weird for the mainstream. Even when they didn’t always work, titles like D and Enemy Zero were wholly unique, and that goes for You, Me, and the Cubes, one of his final games. Missed by many when it came to WiiWare, this game married an otherworldly presentation with a simple-but-creative approach to physics-based puzzles.
With a memorable (if sparse) soundtrack, You, Me, and the Cubes made players drop people onto multiple floating platforms. You had to evenly distribute their weight using the clever Wii Remote controls or else they’d fall off, but the little people moved around on their own, so you had to adjust quickly. Part god game, part logic puzzle, You, Me, and the Cubes is worth digging out a Wii for.