The instructions in this game are terrible. I honestly had no idea what I was supposed to do for the first five minutes. In a nutshell, Puzzle Cubicle has you exchanging and rotating pieces of a puzzle in order to create closed-off cubicles of different colors. There are two caveats, though. Some pieces must be played in certain spots, and the solution must fit within the areas marked with a “?” That’s fine and all, but the game doesn’t handle these restrictions for you. The only way you know where you can and can’t place something is to look at the little window off to the left of the puzzle field. Why the hell did the developer separate it like this?! If I absolutely have to put a puzzle piece in a certain place, then do it for me. Don’t make me try to match it up to another (smaller, less readable) window, and don’t let me accidentally move it again. The puzzles themselves can be fun to solve and escalate nicely in difficulty. If the developer would just flesh out the instructions and streamline the tile placement process, Puzzle Cubicle would be worth looking into. But for now, I’m not sold.