Ready to try one of the best puzzle games in the world? Boxed In is a logic based puzzle game in which you guide a box-pushing robot through each level. Sound simple? It gets tough, but it's fun!
"This game will improve the way your brain thinks. (5/5)" - Becket's Guide to Phone Apps Magazine
"I found Boxed In to have longevity as far as game play and entertainment. In fact, as I settled down to play, it definitely sucked me in." - App Craver (Editor's Pick)
* Hundreds of Handcrafted Puzzles
* Additional Community Puzzles
* Built-In Puzzle Editor
* Optional Facebook Integration for Player Rankings
* Original Music
* Many Hours of Gameplay
Improved UI for newer devices
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Love this game but new graphics annoying
I played the old versions of Boxed In (1-3) and was sufficiently challenged. I enjoy strategy and
Puzzles and this game offers both, so after solving all the rounds, I would revisit the games every 4 to 6 months to see how quickly I could finish 50 rounds. Eventually, the game
would not update and I finally decided to purchase the new version. This is still a great puzzle game, but I am truly irritated by the new graphics. The incessant flashing light to signify the door is open is absolutely irritating and I fail to understand why the robot is the same gray color as the boxes. Why not make him stand out with a distinct color? The 3D graphics have taken some adjusting too. I suspect the creator thought the game needed more pizzazz with the graphics, but I do wish he would at least tone down the flashing door and change the color of the robots as it detracts from enjoying the game. Otherwise, if you like puzzles, this is great game to challenge you.
There’s no point making a game “3D” if that third dimension is never used for anything. I loved the original few Boxed In/Iced In games. They were fun and creative and visually clean and simple. This update adds a lot of unnecessary visual elements that don’t help the game at all. It’s difficult to see where the robot is to start and all the animations feel more like they’re done because they can, not because it will help anything. The game is better off going back to a clean 2D design and focusing on new levels and game elements.
Just want to mention that some issues mentioned in earlier reviews have been fixed: It IS possible to replay both finished levels and finished packs. And while the music and sound effects are indeed extremely annoying, you can turn them off.
The only annoyance that can’t be eliminated is the very bright exit light that starts flashing once all gears have been destroyed. Often the hardest part of a puzzle remains to be solved at that point and the flash is very distracting. YAlso, while the unlimited undo is well worth the extra dollar it costs, it doesn’t work 100% of the time. What I like best about the new version are the many user-designed puzzles included for free. The quality varies but some are really good.
- Dennis Mengelt
- 235.7 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © Dennis Mengelt
- In-App Purchases
- Level Pack 2 $0.99
- Level Pack 3 $0.99
- Unlimited Undos $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.