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Game Name: Boxxle
Rarity Loose: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Extremly Rare, Prototype
Rarity Complete In Box: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Extremly Rare, Prototype
Value Traded from around: 50 to xxx U.S. $
Arcade Related: No
Year of Its Original Release: 2015
Initially © and Licenses: Pony Canyon, Sega, Nintendo, Thinking Rabbit
Original Programmer and/or Designer: Toshirou Inoue
Original SFX Programmer: Goro Takahashi, Kenichi Tomizawa
ColecoVision Game Programmed by: Not known, yet !
ColecoVision GFX Programmed by: Daniel Bienvenu, Luc Miron
ColecoVision SFX Programmed by: Daniel Bienvenu
ColecoVision Sound Output: SN 76489AN / AY-3-8910A / SEX7264 / Compatible
Changed Color Pattern From The Original Set: Yes
Extended Color Compatibility Besides The ColecoVision 16: No
Screenshots Provided and edited by: Team Pixelboy / ColecoVision.dk, ColecoVision.dk
This Platform: ColecoVision & ADAM Family Computer and other Compatible Systems
Other Platforms Releases besides This: Sega, Nintendo
Working On Following Compatible Hardware Systems: ColecoVision, Phoenix, HB Vision
ColecoVision PCB Size, Type and Producent: 64kb., Fred Quimby, Harvey deKleine
ColecoVision Product #: None
Free Digital Download Possible from Author: Yes
Sound Test or Ringtone Possible: No
ColecoVision Cartridge #, Casing and Producent: None, Standard Black Activision Style, made for Telegames in Taiwan
ColecoVision Label Art and Design by: Sega, Luc Miron
ColecoVision Manual Layout and Design by: Dale Crum, Luc Miron
ColecoVision Manual # and Manufacturer: Revision 1.0, Canada
ColecoVision Box Art and Design by: Sega, Luc Miron
ColecoVision Box # and Manufacturer: None, Oliver Puschatzki Germany
Number of Players: 1
Required: ColecoVision or any Compatible System + Controller + Overlay
Overlay: Yes, by Phil Boland
Publisher and Year: Team Pixelboy, September 2015
ColecoVision.dk Game #: 141
Purchased: June 07, 2015
Arrived: November 07, 2015
High Score / Save Game Feature: Yes / Yes, via EEPROM savegame chip or CoolCV Emulator
Pause Feature: No
More on Wikipedia regarding this ColecoVision version: No
Boxxle is based on a mix between Boxxle I and II and Soukoban, but made from scratch.
Manual labour has never
been this much fun!
Earn money by pushing crates
inside bizarre warehouses into their intended positions.
Note: All the levels and intermissions from
Boxxle and Boxxle II is included.
Scores For The ColecoVision Version Of: Boxxle Is Saved In The Cartridge Via The Savegame Feature.
Game # 141, Boxxle is last updated: February 13, 2019.