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BoxBoxBoy! & BoxBoy! (3DS) £2.69 each (40% off) @ Nintendo eShop

£2.69 @ Nintendo
OK, the Black Friday deals on the Nintendo eShop are pretty poor but if you have a 3DS then these 2 games might be worth your money. It’s time to think outside the box once again. Our boxy hero, Qb… Read More
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6m, 1d agoFound 6 months, 1 day ago
OK, the Black Friday deals on the Nintendo eShop are pretty poor but if you have a 3DS then these 2 games might be worth your money.

It’s time to think outside the box once again. Our boxy hero, Qbby, has a new power that lets him create TWO sets of boxes. He’ll put every box to use to survive perilous traps across more than 120 puzzling levels. Learn new tricks and box formations to get past obstacles like switches, spikes and even lasers! If you’ve played the critically-acclaimed first game, BOXBOY!, every costume earned can be carried over into BOXBOXBOY!

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Put every box to use to beat more than 120 new levels in this boxy sequel

Take medals, earned by completing stages, to the in-game shop to acquire new costumes like the Robo-Suit, read humorous comics, or listen to the tunes of BOXBOXBOY!

If you've played the critically-acclaimed first game, BOXBOY!, you can unlock many of those costumes too, because every costume earned in BOXBOY! can be carried over into BOXBOXBOY!

Use Qbby’s new power to create two sets of boxes

Discover new ways to use boxes to your advantage to get past obstacles
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#1
3 Likes #2
Id consider this the ACTUAL only deal on Nintendo's Big Troll of a sale for Black Friday TBF so ive heated it as its also a great game.

Edited By: GQ Man on Nov 25, 2016 12:47
#3
Wonderful games for those who haven't played them, an absolute bargain!
#4
If I'm new to both, which is the one to get?
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VinegarJoe
If I'm new to both, which is the one to get?
I've only played the first one so far but they're puzzle games so don't think either is necessarily better. I assume the 2nd one just has slightly different mechanics, but probably better to start with the first one.
1 Like #6
Can't see many kids liking this as it looks so old school 80's but heat for us adults :)
#7
Excellent new IP from Nintendo

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