Game Review: Belts and Boxes

Challenge your skills in this addictive physics-based game!

Overall Score: 3/5

Excellent gameplay makes this game worth trying! The lasting value is unfortunately short though, and the game isn’t exactly Mango-multitasking enabled…

Gameplay: 5/5

The gameplay in Belts and Boxes is truly outstanding. The goal of the game is to move your box to the finish platform using a series of conveyor belts, platforms, air vents, and more. The controls work really well and even support touching two separate controls at once. There is an impressive amount of variation between levels. Every single level has a unique challenge to it, and there’s a huge variety of items you use in the game.

Presentation: 3/5

The game looks great and the music fits well. However, the game doesn’t properly support Mango multitasking. Seriously, in this day-and-age, no instant multitasking? If you multitask during a game, it takes two seconds to reload the level… and it doesn’t even keep your progress in the level.

Lasting Value: 2/5

Belts and Boxes unfortunately only lasts for about an hour and a half or two hours max. You can of course replay levels to get all three stars on them, but the game simply needs more levels. There also isn’t a leaderboard and no “time trial” mode or anything else to extend the lasting value (other than some cool little achievements).QRCode

 

Title: Belts and Boxes
Price: $0.99
Publisher: Return True Studios

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