BoxBoy, the hero Nintendo’s 2016 needed and star of our “best games of the year” list, will return on the 3DS in February (at least in Japan) with a third game in the series, called Goodbye! BoxBoy! And, more importantly, with BoxBoy Amiibo.
One of the things I love about Nintendo is how they occasionally, with little to no fanfare, release inexpensive first-party titles on the Japanese eShop—especially as the newest of these titles is Box Boy: One More Box, the sequel to one of last year’s best games.
BoxBoy, the cute little 3DS game that made our “Best of 2015” list, is getting a sequel. Here’s the first trailer.
“Creating a game with a new character like Qbby made me feel happier than I’ve ever felt before.” That’s Yasuhiro Mukae talking. He’s best known for making Kirby games, but we’re not talking about Kirby.
I recently told the staff of Kotaku that I would happily buy each of them a copy of BoxBoy. I like it that much and think it’s that useful for them to play. I’d offer to buy you a copy, too, but that would be ridiculous.
Box Boy!, the puzzle platformer that one of our guys in Japan calls a "love letter to the original Game Boy" and "easily the best 680 yen I have spent on gaming in years," is coming to the American 3DS eShop this spring, according to Nintendo, who were talking eShop this week at the Game Developers Conference in San…
What happens when you take a bit of Mario and cross it with a bit of Tetris? You get the cutest little box-person in the world.
While everyone was learning about the new 3DS and the re-release of Majora's Mask, Nintendo quietly released their newest game, Box Boy, in Japan which is half-Tetris, half platformer. So let's play it. (Full disclosure: It's really cute, you guys.)