How Many Levels are in BoxBoy! + BoxGirl!

BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! is now available for Switch and it’s the biggest game in the series so far. It includes a single player campaign, a co-operative two-player campaign and a special story starring Qudy; the long one.

All up, BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! includes far more content than ever before and will definitely keep players occupied. 

Additionally, BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! features all new abilities and puzzle solving mechanics than before. Let’s run all of the BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! levels and the theme for each one.

BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! Levels

A Tale For One

In the solo campaign, players choose either BoxBoy or BoxGirl and complete each level as a singular box.

World 1 – The Beginning

The first world includes six stages and each stage has one crown to collect. It’s fairly straightforward and features simple, box placement puzzles

World 2 – Switch It Up

The second world includes six stages and has seven crowns to collect. Stage 4 has two crowns while the rest all have one. This world adds switches that turn on and off barriers.

World 3 – Box Up the Zappers

The third world includes six stages and only has five crowns to collect. Stage 6 does not have a crown. This world features electric boxes that zap BoxBoy and BoxGirl and need to be avoided.

World 4 – Climbing Basics with Up Hook

The fourth world includes eight stages and has 12 crowns to collect. The crowns are distributed as follows;

  • Stage 1 – One Crown
  • Stage 2 – Two Crowns
  • Stage 3 – Two Crowns
  • Stage 4 – Two Crowns
  • Stage 5 – One Crown
  • Stage 6 – One Crown
  • Stage 7 – One Crown
  • Stage 8 – Two Crowns

World 4 introduces the Up Hook which allows BoxBoy and BoxGirl to reach new heights by creating hooks.

World 5 – Dig For Victory

The fifth world includes seven stages and has eight crowns to collect. The seventh stage has two crowns and the rest have one. This world introduces the ability to dig through special terrain and create new paths.

World 6 – Dodging Lasers

The sixth world includes seven stages and has nine crowns to collect. Stages 3 and 7 have two crowns to collect while the rest only have one each. This world adds laser beams that need to be avoided.

World 7 – Spring to the Top!

The seventh world includes seven stages and has nine crowns to collect. Stages 6 and 7 have two crowns each while the rest each have one. In this world, there are springs that bounce both BoxBoy or BoxGirl and the boxes they create and need to be used to get through the levels.

World 8 – Do the Box-Leg Hop!

The eighth world includes seven stages and has 10 crowns to collect. Stages 4, 6 and 7 have two crowns each and the rest have one. This world adds the ability for players to jump while holding multiple boxes, i.e. a box leg.

World 9 – Fun With Warp Portals

The ninth world has seven stages to complete and 10 crowns to collect. Stages 2, 5 and 7 have two crowns each while the rest only have one. As the name of the world suggests, this world includes portals that warp both BoxBoy/BoxGirl and the boxes they’re holding. 

World 10 – Platform Ride

The tenth world includes seven stages and 10 crowns. Stages 2, 3 and 7 have two crowns each, the rest have one. This world adds moving platforms that need to be climbed onto and traversed.

World 11 – Slide Them Away!

The eleventh world includes eight stages and 10 crowns. Stages 3 and 7 have two crowns each and the rest have one each. This world gives BoxBoy/BoxGirl the ability to slide their boxes. The boxes slide until they reach an obstacle. The puzzles revolve around creating the right shapes to slide the boxes into place.

World 12 – Dummy Block Driver

The twelfth world includes seven stages and nine crowns to collect. Stage 1 doesn’t have a crown while Stages 4, 5 and 7 have two each. The rest only have one. This world features large, pushable blocks that the player can move around to get through the world.

World 13 – Piercing Drill Blocks

The thirteenth world includes six stages and eleven crowns. Stages 3, 5, 6 and 7 have two crowns each and the rest have one. In this world, drill blocks are fired from holes in the wall and pierce walls and blocks in their path. They can be used as platforms and extra boxes to reach new areas.

World 14 – Drifting Through Zero-G

The fourteenth world includes seven stages and eleven crowns. Stages 2, 3, 6 and 7 have two crowns each and the rest have one. This world includes zero-g sections that can be traversed using inertia created by jumping and using blocks.

World 15 – Slam Them Down!

The fifteenth world includes seven stages and eleven crowns. Stages 2, 3, 4 and 7 have two crowns each while Stages 1, 5 and 6 only have one. This world gives you the ability to ground-pound and push blocks down into the level. 

World 16 – The Last World

The sixteenth world includes eight stages and 14 crowns. Stages 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and eight have two crowns each. Stages 1 and 3 have one crown. This world includes elements of all previous worlds and often combines multiple mechanics in the one puzzle.


Overall, in the solo campaign, there are 16 worlds and 111 stages in the solo campaign.

A Tall Tale

After completing the solo campaign, you’ll unlock Qudy’s; A Tall Tale.

This extra, special campaign stars Qudy, the long box who has his own set of challenges to overcome.

There are nine worlds to get through in A Tall Tale as follows.

  • World 1 – Go Qudy! – Three Stages
  • World 2 – Upstanding or Laid Back? – Five Stages
  • World 3 – Go Long, Switch Hitter! – Five Stages
  • World 4 – It’s Raining Lasers – Five Stages
  • World 5 – Up Hook to the Heavens! – Six Stages
  • World 6 – The Zapper Zone – Five Stages
  • World 7 – Spring to New Heights – Five Stages
  • World 8 – Dig Deep in the Sand – Six Stages
  • World 9 – Hoppity-Hop – Six Stages 

Across the nine worlds, there are a total of 46 stages.

A Tale for Two

A Tale for Two is BoxBoy! + BoxGirl!’s co-op mode. You can play it with two players or you can play it solo if you like. 

There are 113 stages in A Tale for Two which requires players to either work together with a friend or control both characters alternately. 


Overall, BoxBoy! + BoxGirl! features 270 stages for players to work through which will certainly take them quite a while.

Not only does it include tonnes of levels, they’re also lots of fun so you’ll be happy to play for as long as it takes.

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I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

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