Dismantlement: Box Lunch
During a long and tedious day at work there is nothing better than a lunch break, especially if you've skipped breakfast and are starving. You're so hungry, in fact, that you're ready to take that lovely Bento Box Lunch and dismantle right it down to the bottom where the bomb is...wait, the bomb? Yes, gam.ebb.jp is back (in collaboration with a website called Flips) and has brought us the latest in deadly comestibles, Dismantlement: Box Lunch.
As with all of the wildly popular Dismantlement point-and-click puzzle games all you have is a screwdriver and all you need is a screwdriver (and your wits) to take this delectable Bento Box apart like a lion ripping into a gazelle. Or, you know, like a hungry office worker in the middle of the day. The puzzles this time around are pretty easy and of course there's the usual nasty surprise of a bomb on a timer lurking beneath what looks like a pretty tasty meal, you know, minus the screws and other hardware. Dismantlement: Lunch is one of the simplest of the Dismantlement games with basically one point of view and no navigation around the outside of a three dimensional object. The game is in Japanese but the "return" button (which takes the player out of close up mode) is labeled in both Japanese and English, and if you've played any of the other games in this series the rest is fairly simple.
Not one of the strongest Dismantlement games, Dismantlement: Box Lunch is still a lovely way to start the day, an amuse bouche to whet the palate even if the title suggests heartier fare. Not the usual household appliance or object, Dismantlement: Lunch is a tasty edible snack packed with puzzles (and a bomb). Grab your screwdriver and get dismantling!