Curiosity killed the cat. Curiosity is the reason the Pandora’s box was open. Curiosity is the reason the human species has evolved this much. In other words, curiosity is one of the most powerful motivations to any human being. So, when a game is titled “What’s Inside the Box?” one tends to find out what exactly is hidden in a non-existent box found in the wilderness of the Internet. The game was created by Bart Bonte.
What’s Inside the Box is a mouse-only puzzle game. Consisting of only thirty levels, it can be finished quickly. However, some of the puzzles will leave you stumped, at least for a while. There are some classic puzzles which can be solved in a matter of seconds, and other, very good and original puzzles, which will force the player to think outside the box (pun intended). Some of the puzzles require sliding, other clicking and rotating, but the ones I’ve had most fun with had numbers and letters. Once you feel your brain overheating and have no more ideas for solving the puzzle, or if you’re just weak minded and easily defeated, you can press the hint button to get a hint which will guide you towards the solution. If one hint isn’t enough, you can use another hint (there are two per level).
All things considered, What’s in The Box? is a magnificent yet very short game, perfect for testing your logical thinking and willpower(“I will not press Hint, I will not press Hint…”). In addition, there is a mobile version of the game, with a hundred levels and it is free to download! Therefore, don’t hesitate and let your curiosity get the best out of you while you try to find out what exactly is in the box.