Boxxle (Game Boy)

Developer: Thinking Rabbit/Atelier Double

Publisher: Fujisankei Communications International

Release Date: February 1990

System: Game Boy

Genre: Puzzle

Players: 1

Description

Boxxle is a puzzle game where players control Willy, a humble warehouse worker. Willy is working to earn enough money to buy the girl of his dreams a gift. To earn his coin, Willy must push boxes scattered around various rooms in the warehouse onto squares that signify their destination. The boxes can only be pushed, which makes the goal much more difficult. There are over one hundred different rooms that present their own unique puzzles. Players can also make their own box pushing puzzles in creation mode, but there is no way to save them. A passkey system allows players to restart the game where they left off.

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Further Reading

Want to learn more about Boxxle for the Game Boy? Check out the following resources.

https://avaneanime.blogspot.com/2013/05/retro-review-boxxle-on-gameboy.html

https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/gameboy/585643-boxxle/faqs/52416

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