What people are saying about Orbox
"...If you're looking for a game to play where you can just turn off your brain and relax, I'm afraid this isn't it. But if you're looking for a game that has a number of well-designed levels, scaling difficulty.. ..this is the game for you. If you played the original, Orbox retains the same simplicity and charm. It's quick, easy to learn, and browser-based. In addition, the sequel has improved the graphics and the quality of the puzzles. Give it a try." - "jayisgames.com"
"What a perfect game, I haven't progressed very far but I can already say this is something would pay to play! The design is spectacular and really nice to look at. The atmosphere is great, the music compliments the game very well. It's really electronic and upbeat but still manages to be background music when you need it to be. Overall awesome game, the creators did a great job." - SuperMulch "newgrounds.com"
"Fantastic game; great presentation! The perfect game to keep you occupied while you wait for the bus." - Camo Yoshi "play.google.com"
"Very, very fun. Probably one of the best games I've played on the WP7. Looking forward to more from this developer!" - Travis "windowsphone.com"
"Orbox is a puzzle, but it's one with a very frenetic pace. Each level is composed of a "field" of blocks that are carefully arranged. You control a single block and the object is to get it to the exit. Here's the tricky part: once your block starts moving, it won't stop unless it hits something. And if it falls off the board, you lose. When you do hit another block, you stop -- and then it's time to figure out your next move. Which block should you hit now?..." - "downloadsquad.switched.com"