Move the Box – Review – A heavy task

On July 12, 2012

App Type: Uncategorized

Move the Box – Review – A heavy task

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By: Otizito LLC

Version #: 1.3.0

Date Released: 2012-06-13

Developer: Otizito LLC

Price: Free

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If at first glance Move The Box reminded you of Angry Birds, then you are not alone. Fortunately, Move The Box is in a genre of its own and has no similarity to the referenced game sans the similar style of graphics and the eerily familiar backdrop.

In Move The Box, the objective of the game is to well, move the box. Boxes of different designs are stacked along the map and players have to flick and switch them around so that they are arranged in rows of 3 of more of the same kind. Sounds simple? To add some challenge to it, there is a limit to the number of moves you can make to complete the level.

An innovative gameplay system indeed, the game definitely stands out from the crowd.

Largely addictive, I found myself hooked onto Move The Box for hours on end, without even noticing the substantial amount of time that had passed while I tinkled with the sliding crates.

Level themes in Move The Box are named after major cities around the world, each coming with their own individualized backdrop and crate designs.

A free app, I strongly recommend the download of this game. This is one game that delivers, and does not disappoint.

Quick Take


Would I Buy Again:Yes.

Learning Curve:Easy.

Who Is It For:Casual gamers.

What I Like:The innovative gameplay system.

What I Don't Like:Hints cost money for purchase.

Final Statement:Moving boxes ain't an easy feat.

Read the Developer's Notes:
The best puzzle game ever! Was the #1 Free App in more than 40 countries!

+ simple rules but tricky challenges
+ 504 fascinating levels
+ millions of downloads

Move the Box is a logic puzzle about moving boxes around. Clean the dock, do it fast!

You can move, drop and swap the boxes. Three or more boxes of the same kind in a line disappear. Watch out for turns, you only have a limited number!

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A water polo player from Singapore, Wei Jie devotes most of his time to training. However, when he's not occupied by water training or pushing himself in the gym, expect to see him squinting at his iPhone testing out new apps.

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