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Boxxle II

Boxxle II

Gameboy
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All of our games are cleaned up before shipment. All disc based games are ran through our disc machine and are in great shape. Any pre-owned games are not likely to have working digital codes. Cases will have a inventory tag. New games are still in plastic wrap. Below will give more details on selections:

-Pre-owned game only, will come in a generic case and may have printed out cover art or none at all.
-Pre-owned game, includes a case and the original cover art but it may or may not have a manual.
-In terms of the cartridge based games if marked in good condition the label will be in tact etc. If cosmetically flawed the label might be damaged or some of the shell.
-Pre-Ordered games will ship when we get the game in stock normally 1-2 days before release date. You will not receive the game before release date. Release date subject to change.

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Introducing Boxxle II for the Nintendo Gameboy - a rare gem for retro game enthusiasts. Get ready to challenge your mind with this classic puzzle game that's hard to find elsewhere. We ship fast, so you can start playing and enjoying the nostalgia in no time! Boxxle II is the sequel to the original Boxxle game, where players solve Sokoban-style puzzles by pushing boxes to their designated spots. Give your brain a workout with this timeless favourite!

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Condition Notes

All of our games are cleaned up before shipment. All disc based games are ran through our disc machine and are in great shape. Any digital codes are not likely to work. Cases will have a inventory tag. New games will be in plastic wrap. Below will give more details on selections:

-Pre-owned game only, will come in a generic case and may have printed out cover art or none at all.
-Pre-owned game, includes a case and the original cover art but it may or may not have a manual.
-In terms of the cartridge based games if marked in good condition the label will be in tact etc. If cosmetically flawed the label might be damaged or some of the shell.