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Art Style: BOXLIFE

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Art Style: BOXLIFE
Art Styleシリーズ: HACOLIFE
Art Style - Boxlife Coverart.png
The logo of Art Style: BOXLIFE.
Developer(s): skip Ltd.
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: DSiWare
Category: Puzzle
Players: 1
Predecessor: N/A
Successor: N/A
Release dates
N. America: June 22, 2009
Japan: February 25, 2009
Europe: July 10, 2009
Australia: July 10, 2009
Ratings
ESRB: E
CERO: A
PEGI: 3
USK: 0
ACB: G

Art Style: BOXLIFE is a game released in the puzzle-oriented Art Style series, released as DSiWare in 2009.


Blurb[edit]

Nintendo website[edit]

Cut paper into various shapes and create as many boxes as possible within the time limit to earn rewards!

Climb the corporate ladder in the world of BOXLIFE using your wits and… paper? Use the Nintendo DSi Stylus to cut and then manipulate the paper into a box shape. Be careful though: if you’re not efficient with your cuts, you’ll waste paper and be penalized. R&D mode teaches you new patterns and then challenges you to complete various ranks, while FACTORY mode gives you the chance to earn money by making as many boxes as possible from an endless sheet of paper. Success in each mode brings its own reward: clear ranks to be promoted and change your character's appearance and use your earnings to acquire new items for your character's miniature garden. With its stylish graphics and catchy sound, you may just find that thinking inside the box isn’t such a bad thing sometimes!Games in the Art Style series feature elegant design, polished graphics, and pick-up-and-play controls, creating an experience focused purely on fun and engaging game play.

Nintendo DSi Shop[edit]

Climb the corporate ladder in the world of BOXLIFE using your wits and… paper? Use the Nintendo DSi Stylus to cut and then manipulate the paper into a box shape. Be careful though: if you’re not efficient with your cuts, you’ll waste paper and be penalized. R&D mode teaches you new patterns and then challenges you to complete various ranks, while FACTORY mode gives you the chance to earn money by making as many boxes as possible from an endless sheet of paper. Success in each mode brings its own reward: clear ranks to be promoted and change your character's appearance and use your earnings to acquire new items for your character's miniature garden. With its stylish graphics and catchy sound, you may just find that thinking inside the box isn’t such a bad thing sometimes!

Games in the Art Style series feature elegant design, polished graphics, and pick-up-and-play controls, creating an experience focused purely on fun and engaging game play.

Gameplay[edit]

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Technical details[edit]

Technical Details
Media

Digital download (DSiWare)

Download size

69 blocks

Input / compatible controllers

Nintendo DSi

External links[edit]


Art Style series logo
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bit Generations series logo

Art Style games Aquia • Base 10 • Boxlife • Cubello • PiCTOBiTS • Precipice • Rotozoa • Zengage
bit Generations ports Digidrive • Light Trax • Orbient • Rotohex

Series One Boundish • Dialhex • Dotstream
Series Two Coloris • Orbital • Digidrive • Soundvoyager