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The Vault

JohnBWelcome! Ladle you some games from our extensive archives? How about a lovely 2005 from the Boxeau province? Or a vintage 2004 with an eloquent bouquet from Boxine? Try the 2010 box from Boxage because, well, just look at those legs!

  • Cube Droid Saves the GalaxyCube Droid Saves the Galaxy - Cubes are basically boxes, right? In the puzzle game Cube Droid Saves the Galaxy from DevilishGames, you play as a little robot named Cube Droid who, well, saves the galaxy. A mysterious ship left thousands of metal squares and robots in its wake and they slowly started covering entire planets. Cube Droid's rock was left untouched, though, and now his only job is to save the galaxy. Basically, Cube Droid is a good-looking sokoban puzzle game, only with a lot more drama and some really cute artwork. It's also much more challenging than you might expect, but you are saving the galaxy, after all.
  • The Moving GameThe Moving Game - There once was a time when JayIsGames had a few hiccups while moving content from server to server. To distract everyone (including ourselves), we snagged a little diversion called The Moving Game by Benjamin Soule of Motion-Twin. The idea is simple: stick figures carry boxes from building to building, earning cash with each successful deposit. You can upgrade various attributes like speed, number of personnel, or the ability to throw boxes by spending said cash. Not a bad way to pass the time!
  • Rumble BallRumble Ball - Rumble Ball isn't, strictly speaking, about boxes. It's about everything in-between the boxes, but there's also some box smashing going on! From Orbox creator Arseniy Desrosiers, this unassuming arcade game lets you play a stylish billiards-esque game where you tap a ball around the screen, gathering yellow dots and bumping into cubes to clear a path. Play it for a high score, play it for the finely-tuned physics. Or play it because you really, really hate boxes.

While we welcome any comments about this weekly feature here, we do ask that if you need any help with the individual games, please post your questions on that game's review page. Well, what are you waiting for? Get out there and rediscover some awesome!

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My progress for the moving game, which I upgraded everything, is gone. :(

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