On the 18th of March, a sweet, cooperative platformer featuring puzzle elements called Pile Up! Box by Box was launched. We’ll tell you if this video game’s worth the cost of admission.
- creator: Seed by Seed
- Publisher: HandyGames
- Date of release: March 18, 2021
Pile Up! Box By Box is a game with amusing boxes (so you can distinguish them, there’s an impressive collection of skins) that move through the world and aid their inhabitants.
From the central universe, which is a sort of hub. The protagonists travel to different locations, for example, the forest or a film set, where they’re assigned various assignments. For instance, the mother frog tries to locate lost children in the first world. In the second, they have to ignite six lamps to play the projector for movies. Then on.
Some puzzles are inherent to several of the game’s puzzles. You’ll climb up high ledges or push buttons, trigger moving platforms, unlock locked doors, and work with various challenges. Methods of completing these challenges aren’t always clear, and you’re often required to think outside the box and come up with various solutions.
Pile Up! Box by Box is set in an appealing setting reminiscent of cardboard. The game is full of detail, and every location is distinctive. The lush scenery and diverse backgrounds are pleasing to the eye. However, the designers went a bit too far in the depth of field, according to my experience.
If you’re looking for a great or cute game to play, this is the one for you.