|a game by||Atelier Double|
|Editor Rating:||6.5/10, based on 1 review, 2 reviews are shown|
|User Rating:||8.0/10 - 2 votes|
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|See also:||Puzzle Games|
Boxxle is a special puzzle game adapted from the computer game called So-Ko-Ban. In it you must move strategically-placed boxes onto an equal number of target dots that are placed in special positions. As a handy warehouse worker, you must use your brains to manuever the crates around the room and onto the designated dots. Two sizes of action add even more challenge, an edit mode lets you create your own puzzles, and intermissions play between each level.
Boxxle is not just another GameBoy puzzle game - it is THE GameBoy puzzle game. This cart is extremely difficult, but also very challenging and even slightly addictive. The edit mode is a nice touch, but beating the 100 + puzzles the computer has to offer will keep anyone occupied for days.
A very addictive puzzle game. Pushing blocks on top of dots sounds easy, but in reality proves to be quite challenging. Up to level 5 the game stays interesting. After that, however, it gets so hard and complex it becomes more of a chore. No real graphics or sound, but the game is fun for awhile.
A nice addition to the GameBoy library of games, Boxxle isn't an action title nor a shoot-em-up, but a very addictive puzzle game. Over 100 different screens each require thought and planning. Anice portable game that does get a bit repetitive.
There are too many puzzlers on GameBoy. While it's a nice match, one's mind can only take so much abuse before a headache sets in. Honestly, this game is a bit better than most, although it uses small screens that are murder on your vision. As a puzzler it's great, as a game it's only average.
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
In this puzzler you become a hapless warehouse worker who has to straighten up some rooms in a warehouse by putting boxes in their proper spaces. No problem you say? Well, think again. There are over 100 rooms to straighten, each one more of a mess than the last. It's not going to break your back, but you may bust a few brain cells before you're through! If you succeed in getting the warehouse into shape you can use the edit function to create your own warehouse rooms.