BoxBoy! Levels are grouped into worlds, each of which are themed with different obstacles and abilities. The game was released worldwide for the Nintendo Switch exclusively via Nintendo eShop on April 26, 2019. [9] The game was released worldwide for the Nintendo Switch via the Nintendo eShop on April 26, 2019. You can even team up for a 2-player adventure starring both star-crossed boxes! On top of that, there’s a third adventure starring Qudy, the tall one, and thanks to his extra-tall boxes, you’ll even have to think outside the rectangle! series and first to be released on the Nintendo Switch. Before downloading, be sure to visit the Nintendo eShop on your device using this Nintendo Account at least once. To get started, simply log into (or create) your Nintendo Account. + BoxGirl! + BoxGirl! As Qbby or Qucy, you’ll create boxes and use them to surmount more than 270 puzzling stages—the most in the series to date! BOXBOY! BoxBoy + BoxGirl Demo Available On Nintendo Switch. You can try out the latest in the puzzle-platformer series ahead of its release next week. released in 2017. It is the fourth game in the BoxBoy! Available now $9.99 Buy download. It is a follow-up to Bye-Bye BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! Your demo is on its way. series exhibits. Think outside the box to save a world in peril! [2][7][3] Ben Reeves of Game Informer was impressed by the fresh challenges the developers were able to create, even with the game being the fourth entry in the series. released in 2017. In this mode, one player controls Qbby and the other controls Qucy, and both work together to progress their way through the levels. received generally favorable reviews according to review aggregator Metacritic. Then try Balloon Challenge: if you get all ten balloons before the time runs out, you’ll score extra medals! Nintendo of America Inc. Headquarters are in Redmond, Washington. + BoxGirl! [2][6] The unique gameplay of Qudy's campaign were also well received in keeping the game engaging. Games are property of their respective owners. [2] Each level has a limit on the number of boxes that each player can create at a time. + BoxGirl! + BoxGirl! is a puzzle platform video game. [a] is a puzzle platform game developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo. Medals can also be obtained by completing a level using a limited number of boxes. It is a follow-up to Bye-Bye BoxBoy! Trailer! contains 270 levels across three campaigns, the most of any game in the series. [10], Reviewers praised the new co-op mode, highlighting the addition of puzzles made possible by the multiplayer campaign. Boxes can be used for a variety of functions, such as forming bridges, blocking hazards, and pressing switches. [4][6] The in-game currency can also be used to buy hints that demonstrate how to complete the level. [2], BoxBoy! Free Demo! + BoxGirl! was announced for the Nintendo Switch in a February 2019 Nintendo Direct. A Tale for Two is a new mode in which—for the first time in the series—two players can work together to solve puzzles… Or one brave player can alternate between Qbby and Qucy! + BOXGIRL! - Nintendo Official Site",!_%2B_BoxGirl!&oldid=966609846, Multiplayer and single-player video games, Articles containing Japanese-language text, Articles using Infobox video game using locally defined parameters, Articles using Wikidata infoboxes with locally defined images, Articles using Video game reviews template in single platform mode, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 8 July 2020, at 02:49. [2][7][11], Game Revolution writer Toby Saunders described the game as slightly too easy, criticizing the hint system for taking away from the game's challenge.