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MechBox 2: Hardest Puzzle Ever

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MechBox 2 challenges players to uncover the secrets of a mysterious post-apocalyptic puzzle box. Explore each protective layer in a series of ever-changing puzzle and logic challenges to find the secrets within.

The high-tech box is damaged and time is running out.. the fate of the world is quite literally in your hands.

Background

The Mechanical Box is one of the last fragments of the technology used by the Ancients and still existing in the post-apocalyptic world of the alternative Earth. A high-tech device created with only one purpose: to store and protect an unknown Object inside. To date, the Box is in poor condition: it’s partially damaged and overgrown with moss and other vegetation. There is a warning written on one side which is still readable: "SUBNUCLEAR CELLS MUST NOT BE REPLACED".

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How to play

★ If you have no idea how to start playing, then why don’t you try some time killer.

★ Every protection layer of the Mechanical Box is supplied with the BGB - Big Green Button design for moving to the next level below. You just need to press it :)

★ If you try to solve a puzzle and eventually find yourself in a dead end, don’t give up! The MechBox has a built-in hint system. But remember, MechBox isn’t a game for casual players but rather an armored metalware bristling with security systems. And a hint is just a hint, not a ready-made solution.

More: https://ogurecapps.itch.io/mechbox-2-hardest-puzzle-ever

Any feedback is welcome! I hope you guys enjoy trying it out. If you need promo codes (for iOS), just let me know.

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