Nintendo Virtual Boy Homebrew Cartridge 'Blox' Now Available

Nintendo-Virtual-Boy-Homebrew-Blox-Now-Available-On-CartridgeTen years ago the very first Virtual Boy homebrew title was released online - Blox. Fast forward to today and this Sokoban block-pushing clone is now available in physical form to enjoy on the original hardware, coming with its own box with a manual too.

Blox was originally developed by Christian Radke, the console's superfan who happens to run the largest Virtual Boy fan community online, PlanetVB. The game features three levels of difficulty and over 60 different levels, more than enough to give the console's limited software library a boost.

Reproduction copies of Blox are now available at the Wal R' Us Games online store for $80.

Blox (Nintendo Virtual Boy) Gameplay Video

Link: Nintendo Virtual Boy Homebrew 'Blox' Reproduction Cartridge

Source: Allgamers


Last Updated ( 25 April 2013 )  

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