Q*bert is back!

Help Q*bert solve puzzles while avoiding danger in this all new experience! Using intuitive swipe controls, jumping around ever-changing levels has never been easier. Outwit Coily and a whole crew of colorful enemies by choosing your own path across dozens of patterns. Complete levels and tackle the classic Arcade Mode to unlock and play as Q*bert's friends. How long can you jump?



● Dozens of puzzle-based levels
● Classic and new arenas!
● Jump on cubes to change them to the target color
● Unlock Q*bert outfits and characters
● Avoid Coily!
● Use rotating disks to lead enemies to their doom
● Upgrade Q*bert’s abilities
● Score higher to earn more coins
● Climb the leaderboard in Arcade Mode
● Special Guest Stars - play as Disney's Wreck-It Ralph!
● So much swearing!

Wreck-It Ralph © 2020 Disney


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What’s New

Version 1.3.4

Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph is here to join in the fun!

Complete the limited-time event to unlock Q*bert’s newest friends - Wreck-It Ralph, Q*dolph, and Santa*Q.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
19.8K Ratings

19.8K Ratings

SylentNite ,


So, I got this game last year. I really enjoyed collecting new skins and passing levels and stuff. Although after playing for a while it started to get boring. All I did was jump on colorful blocks. It’s really easy. Especially since in the old game my dad said you could jump off the edge. And the fact that all the monsters are really slow. Especially the little red blobs. But I do think you did a good job with the little green dude. Also, why does one have glasses? Was that something in the old game? Idk. Anyway I think this game is perfect for small children. No hate coming from me, I do enjoy this game. Peace!

YoloYester ,

Overhyped and Disappointing, but fun.

This game can be very addicting and is a great way to play Q*Bert. The controls are very responsive, yielding me an input drop rate of far under 1%. I like some of the new features such as skins (I unlocked them all), powerups, and even some of the new enemies. Not to mention, you can’t go wrong with the music. All these qualities and more make this game a perfect time-consumer.
However, I have to fault you guys for a few things. First of all, I was disappointed by the nickname for 8-bit Q*Bert. You called him old*sQool, when you could have easily made an 8*bert joke. I was very upset by that. Second, the arcade mode is FAR too hectic. Level 3 is already a huge problem and it sometimes just feels like artificial enemy spam. It’s like using plastic to make cheese and trying to use it to impress Gordon Ramsay.
Overall, catchy and nostalgic, but also some of the features disappointing at times.

IssacHo88 ,

Fun game, but is WAY too easy

I’ve played the original Q*Bert many times in my childhood, and I found it frustratingly hard. The way the controls work, and falling off the stage, makes it hard, but feels satisfying to get use to. This game, feels easy to control, which is fair, since times have changed. But at least allow the player to fall off the map. That’s one of the many ways you’d die a lot, and it makes the game for fun. Sure, there are some tedious puzzles, but even then I can solve those. And the bosses are pathetic. Sure, it can be rather fun, but when you fight the same boss, just with a different layout, it becomes stale. Make a boss like a snake, that bounces from block to block quickly, or a little green guy who undoes your work, but is rather slow. Just make this game a little more interesting. Besides that, I love this game, and it’s a great time killer.

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