Orbox B is a game of striking simplicity and compelling puzzle solving. It is the sequel to the original Orbox we reviewed last year. Your goal is to guide your 'box' from start-point to end-point. The catch? You can only move in the four cardinal directions and you will only be stopped once striking an object. Don't worry, none of the other objects move or can hurt you, but that will hardly make your job any easier. As pure puzzle solving game with 30 levels, this one isn't the most innovative game you'll play this week, but it could very well be one of the most mind-bending.
Analysis: If you're looking for a game to play where you can just turn off your brain and relax, I'm afraid this isn't it. But if you're looking for a game that has a number of well-designed levels, scaling difficulty, and a handy password level skip system so you can play with your friends, this is the game for you. If you played the original, Orbox B retains the same simplicity and charm. It's quick, easy to learn, and browser-based. In addition, the sequel has improved the graphics and the quality of the puzzles, and there is now a much needed password system. Give it a try.
Some parting advice: space bar resets the current level if you get truly stuck.