"F.R.E.S.H.: The Funk Rockin' Electronic Sifteonic Happenin'" is a video game for Sifteo Cubes that pays homage to hip-hop culture from the 1980s and early 1990s. It became a pack-in title to demonstrate and highlight the Sifteo Cubes' features.
"We first tested out F.R.E.S.H. is a WarioWare-style homage to '80s hip hop. The goal is to complete a series of mini games as fast as possible to rack up points. With six cubes linked up for the game, we tapped the Sifteo screen to smash bugs or picked them up and shook them to make robots dance. Other mini games required us to stack legs, body and a head to create a person or line up walls and use another block as a spray can to tag them. Each time we finished a challenge, the cube would yell "Aww yeah!" and reward us points. Obviously meant to be a light-hearted game, F.R.ES.H. offered a goofy, satisfying experience. During our demo, we cared less about points and more about completing challenges for the sake of besting our own standards."
Megan Farokhmanesh (Polygon, 2013/06/18)