I had a lot of fun with this game and there certainly a lot of content to keep anyone busy!
A downloadable game for Windows and macOS
Magnibox is a colourful and challenging puzzle game about a magnet that's also a box. Hand-crafted for your brain to enjoy!
- 160 challenging puzzles!
- 22+ weird and wonderful mechanics to play with!
- Colourful pixel-art graphics!
- Funky tunes to help you solve problems!
- Full controller support!
- Unlock all levels from the start - play at your own pace!
A Game by Joseph Gribbin, with Music by Jazz Mickle!
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of £3.99 GBP. Your purchase comes with a Steam key. You will get access to the following files:
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Love this game! One question: The number sign key doesn't seem to correspond to anything on my keyboard, so I'm stuck windowing the game. Otherwise, looks great, plays great, good work!
This game is a gem. Fun puzzles, good mechanics. The music and graphics really enhance the experience as well. 5/5 stars.
Fantastic puzzle game. I was really amazed with the sheer quantity of mechanics, there were quite a lot of them and introduced rather quickly, but you manage to do it in a way so it never became overwhelming. The difficulty of the puzzles was fairly inconsistent, but I enjoyed them a lot. Great game.
Lovely puzzle platformer I had AN ABSOLUTE BLAST with it, also 160 levels is a ton of content for the price, took me 3 days to complete it. Totally recommended to those who are into puzzle platforms.
Keep up the good work!!
Really smooth and intricate little puzzle platformer. Constantly keeps you on your toes with new mechanics adding layers of complexity to the game. Kept me coming back for more. Made me feel like a genius when I finally found the solution to a level. Highly recommended.
Cool game on all fronts (graphics, music, smoothness of the code, overall presentation). My only complaint was that, controls-wise, I didn't understand what the back key was for arrow-key-based play; the filled-in pound ("#") sign was confusing. I was never able to figure out what it was and had to resort to K.
what a great game!!! Thank you so much!!! Do you have anything else in the works similar to this? Or can someone recommend anything else like this on itch.io? Thanks!
This is a great puzzle game. Sometimes easy, sometimes very tricky but very enjoyable.
Great work and thank you.
Oh my god this is the kind of puzzle game I love to design, I am so in hurry to play it and see all your system's complexity !!!
... And I'm not disappointed. I have played 60 levels so far, so enjoyable ! Maybe some levels are a bit easy and guide you too much to the right path, but the majority of them are, fun :)
I really would have love more real difficult and interesting challenges, like level 18 in purple world. Not complex, but you have to change your mindset in order to succeed
Thank you very much! I have a question, what happened to the android version?
It's complicated but basically: Google removed it, and they've been quite vague about why they did that or what I can do to fix it. I've been very busy with other work/projects and haven't had the time to dedicate to figuring it out.
I want it back up on android but it might take a while. Sorry about that!
Thank you for doing this.
What is the difference between the 31 MB file and the 34 MB file?
That's the Mac version. I hadn't tagged it properly by mistake sorry! It's fixed now :)
Your game is awesome. I love the simple yet hard to master concept. It is also beautiful and I'm glad I bought it. My son has already completed all levels and I'm really left behind.^^
I really hope this game gets more exposure because I truly think this is a gem ! Good job !
Great game, I just loved playing it!
I highly recommend the investment of buying it (it's cheap) but I also think a demos containing only the purple world would be great for advertisement.
One question though, when I'm using the arrow keys in the menu, which key is supposed to be the "back" key? I could find it so I resorted t switching to "ASD" to go back.
This looks really solid and right up my alley. Any chance at a demo?