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Cube Master is a (insert-genre-here-because-we're-not-sure-what-it-is) shame created and produced by Nintendo for the Nintendo Shamecube. Production of the shame was started in 1998, long before the Shamecube was even made. Due to issues with rendering the cubes, it was not released until 2004. Shame Cube was supposed to have a sequel, but then NintenD'oh bought the rights. They have yet to make a sequel because their president is an idiot, but they did make a remake.
To play the shame, the player must manipulate lotsa weird cubes. To beat level one, the player must take a cube, and drop it on the ground (thanks to this magic thing we call gravity, the player doesn't have to do anything). Every level after that consists of a complicated algorithm of various cube placements and organizations.
Hmm... a plot in Cube Master? I have never heard of such a thing! How about you go search for one in Google. Google is good at searching for things. The only things it can't find are my car keys, my sanity, and my long-lost twin brother from an alternate dimension.
Though it was first met with some negative reception from trolls ("WHU WANTZ 2 PLAE A STUPEED SHAME WIT KUBES?!?!?1??!!? U GUYZ R RETURDS U IDIUTS!!!!!1!!") the shame eventually came to be the most popular shame to be released on the Shamecube. This is most likely because they were sponsored by Biased Ratings, which people always listen to for some reason.