Craig Laparo write:
This is a very solid implementation of Rubik's Cube. The gap between the squares makes it easy to see what colors are on the opposite sides. Working the cube is very easy and responsive. Definitely worth at least a buck...
First, the color orientation is a little weird...maybe it's the "standard" orientation but it's not what i'm used to. The option to switch to the R-O, B-G, W-Y color orientation would be nice.
Second, the viewport rotation is a little too sensitive and hard to control. Not only is the rotation sensitive, but the mothod of translating the finger motion into rotation is a little strange...it's hard to rotate the cube exactly the way i want to...Rather than using the "trackball" method, i think you should use the "turntable" method. It gives the user much better control.
Overall, great job!