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So You Want to Be a Boxer? Unbox’ll Do The Trick

Indie Studio, Prospect Games, are pleased to announce that the rolicksome Unbox will be making it to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, in addition to Steam.

Inspired by Katamari Damacy, the physics-based platformer invites players the role of a surprisingly hardy cardboard box, to “explore epic worlds, complete crazy challenges and beat the bosses!” Often with… explosive consequences.

Incorporating amusing physics and explorative elements, Unbox will also include a multiplayer mode, allowing players to engage in races, collect-a-thons and competitive ‘boxing’ matches (pun absolutely intended). The company recommend friends to gather in the same room, however, as Prospect “will be focusing on local multiplayer for the time being.

In addition to the game’s boxy brawling, Unbox will also permit players to customise their boxes, just in case the bog-standard cardboard isn’t quite on-key with your postal expectations.

Unbox will release on PlayStation4, Xbox One and Steam later this year – also, you can learn more about Unbox by listening to Ready Player 2‘s interview with Andrew Bennison from Prospect Games.

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Charlie is a platforming romantic from England, that still speaks in a fashion that died with the Elizabethan era. Having been gaming since the days of Crash Bandicoot, he champions the Playstation, and is only a little bit embarassed that Super Mario Land keeps spelling his defeat.

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