Hypercube is a remix of "Zen Mode, Part 2" from Bejeweled 3 that is arranged by TP-TH-7, and is best fit under Bejeweled songs, Speedy series, and Boss Rush series.
Hypercube is one of my favorite things in Bejeweled. On February, while the Moment Spirit have all weekend worth of playing that game than watching a big football game, I realized it was coming to the point that I can swap the one color, and watching the color the same go bye-bye. I've been also playing Bejeweled all year long. This song we've arranged has the BPM exactly like my favorite song! Two hypercubes together can clear the entire board. It's like remixing Blood from that band, if one, I'll mostly swap next to the blue!
Tsukiko Uchida has the best idea about it. Maybe it's time to get going! Maybe so-so. At first, we created that song 98-196-392, but the worse it gets, we have to end up get 100 the easiest, along with 200 and 400.
Watch out for several BPM changes! You'll find out you're going to play Stars next time. They do look hard this point.
- Hypercube is based off hypercube (matching 5 in a row straight) from Bejeweled.
- In Hypercube, their CHALLENGE chart has 75 jumps and 13 freeze arrows, which are the same from the other songs, including Blood ~The Moment Spirit Remix~.
- Hypercube are ten of TP-TH-7's Bejeweled songs, along with Blazing Speed, Butterflies of the Gem Age, Treasure Underground, Ice and the Sky Gems, Beautiful Gems, Gem SuperNOVA, Ridin' Bejeweled High, Stars and Flames, and Timing Bomb.
- Hypercube is a song that is from Zen Mode, Part 2.
- Hypercube is the only boss song out of all of the Bejeweled songs.
- Hypercube's background and jacket has Yuichi Asami (center), Sota Fujimori (left), and Naoki Maeda (right) on them.
- Hypercube begins with 100 BPM, but it doubles to 200 BPM, then it goes to 400 BPM. It kept doing it throughout, until ending at 100 BPM. There are more songs with the exact BPM, such as Blood ~The Moment Spirit Remix~, MAKE IT UP 2MB, LEGEND (Electric Mix), and TRANSFORMATiON. It also might happen with more in the future. Also, it is the reference of Tsukiko Uchida's favorite song, "Fascination ~eternal love mix~" by 2MB.