In The Hero’s Journey, Joseph Campbell says that ‘where there is a way or path, it is someone else’s path.You are not on your own path. If you follow someone else’s way, you are not going to realize your potential”. This is the starting point of The Cube of a Thousand Worlds, a clever mix of magic, technology and physics bringing up even the string theory and waves. Alex works in London at the Historical Finds Office, totally oblivious of what his real life is: he has lost his memory, and his past is nothing but smoke and mirrors. When a strange, ancient cube is delivered to his office, Alex is thrown into the magic world of Alazashea, to get his own journey started: he will find his own path, reaching the city of Nohra and fulfilling his destiny.