Seal boxes in suc­ces­sion in this odd yet ad­dict­ing game

The Washington Post Sunday - - TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION - — Hay­ley Tsukayama

Some­times the goofi­est games can be the most fun. Tape It Up is a silly take on the “end­less jumper” genre, ask­ing play­ers to op­er­ate a roll of tape to seal a con­veyor belt full of boxes. (Hon­estly, it is way more fun than it sounds.)

Agility and fore­thought are both re­quired, as play­ers must move be­tween rows of boxes on the belt — and there is lit­tle room for er­ror.

The game will ap­peal to the Type A folks among us — a wellsealed line of boxes is in­tox­i­cat­ingly sat­is­fy­ing.

It does have in-app pur­chases, but the game is wellde­signed and never pushes them on you. Play­ers un­lock more char­ac­ters as they progress, though you can get du­pli­cates.

This game is per­fect for short bursts of play or for long trips, as you can play it in air­plane mode.

Free, for iOS and An­droid.

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