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Indiebox Double Unboxing: Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime and Assault Android Cactus

It’s a double IndieBox unboxing this week! The latest game is Assault Android Cactus, and Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime came before that! We’ll work forward chronologically.

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime is a 2D cooperative space shooter, sort of. You and a partner man different stations on a ship and guide it through treacherous areas to rescue adorable bunnies. And that’s a pretty big aspect of the IndieBox.

All of the usual items are here, like the full-color instruction manual, soundtrack CD, and stickers. There’s also a custom molded rubber USB key of a walker enemy, with a copy of the game on it. The IndieBox also comes with a poster/blueprint of the Gumball Zero ship, a double pendant of a heart-shaped ship split in half, and an adorable figure of Dr. Hopsy Flopsy, the tutorial bunny of the game.

Assault Android Cactus is a twin-stick shooter about disgraced space cops. You play one of nine different heroes and blow away robots. It looks pretty and polished, with flavors of bullet hell inside.

Like every IndieBox, the Cactus box includes a full-color instruction manual, soundtrack CD, and stickers, plus a molded USB drive that looks like a robot, containing the game. As for extras, there are two or ten items included, depending on how you look at it. There’s a great Interplanetary Police badge that doubles as an ID card holder. It’s leather, with a metal badge, and even comes with a single-sided, thin plastic Catcus ID card. There’s also a sheet of nine phone charms of the playable characters in the game. They look and feel like pussy stickers, with small, pop-out holes for connecting the included bundle of phone charm loops.

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