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Give Your Brain a Jump Start with CrazyBoxes for Android
Do you like puzzle games? Do you feel bored or simply not challenged enough with the already existing ones? Then, you may want to take a look at what XDA member Kenzilab has in stock for us. CrazyBoxes basically will display an image in your screen that will be made up of boxes, which you need to count. Easy enough? Don’t count on it as the 3D images and number of boxes will get tougher with every level that you finish.
The game will allow you to share and compare your scores with other users, so if you are in the mood for some friendly competition, take a CrazyBoxes for a spin and leave some feedback as well.
CrazyBoxes is the new creation of Kenzilab.com, this time we bring you a great logic game. It’s simple, you just
only need to count boxes on images and reach more and more levels.
As long as you play you will find new levels, Each one will be harder but you will have more time to solve solve de CrazyBox.
Also you can store your score, not only on your device, you will be able to store it on internet and compete with many other people over the world.
We hope that you all enjoy this game as we did on the development process.
There go some screens and the QR-Code in order to access Android Market. (see attached files)
Do not hestitate to contact us if you find any problem, or you have some ideas to improve the game
You can find more information in the game thread.
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