(All text decoded directly from the Cube it's self.) Spectrobes must undergo training in the Lab System's Incubator. While in the Incubator they grow and obtain the "minergy" obtained in minerals. Spectrobes abilities and rate of growth vary based on the amount and type of minerals it is fed, (basically, feed them loads of "A" and "B" minerals for the fastest level growth.
(All text decoded directly from the Cube it's self.) Feeding minerals to spectrobes raises their minergy levels. The minergy gauges show these levels. When a Spectrobes Attack, Defense, or Health gauge maxes out the spectrobe will level, (spetrobes have 128 levels).
(All text decoded from the Cube it's self.) The Alpha Cube refers to restoring a fossilized Spectrobe to Child Form. The trick to awakening Spectrobes is using the right voice level for the fossil you're trying to awaken. If a line appears in the Voice Gauge, your voice must be louder than it or equal to it (just blow into the mic. until the timer runs out).
As you travel around the third planet there should be a researcher standing in front of a canyon or archway. He says something about finding a mineral that sparkles like the rainbow or something. Use your child Spectrobe to search right in front of him and viola! A new cube!
A - The end of the upper left arrow
B - Above the word 'the' on the first line of text
C - Above 'port' of the word 'portion' on the first line of text
D - The end of the upper right arrow
E - To the left of the first 'the' on the second line of text
F - The letter 'd' of the word 'card' on the second line of text
G - The second 'the' on the second line of text
H - The letter 's' of the word 'arrows' on the second line of text
I - The end of the lower left arrow
J - Below the 'T' of the word 'Touch' on the third line of text
K - Below the 'een' of the word 'Screen' on the third line of text
L - The end of the lower right arrow
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