This game is fantastic and a steal at $5. It's pretty lengthy in terms of number of levels, 17 main worlds w/5-8 levels each (if I recall correctly), and a handful of waaay harder post-credits bonus levels. It falls into the Nintendo trap of being a little too easy most of the game, but to its credit, every world introduces a new mechanic, which kept things interesting the whole way through; I never got bored.On top of that, stylistically it is just so damn charming and pleasant (especially the costumes, although they really start with a showstopper by letting you unlock the rapper first...the bunny ears are a close second favorite for me though). And as Dan pointed out, it is a great handheld game since the levels are so bite-sized.@bisonhero said: @ninnyjams said:Touching the crowns with the boxes does not break them. When you are seeing the crowns disappear, it's because you're going through your allotment of boxes for that level. That's what "remaining" means on the bottom screen. It's how many boxes you can make before the crowns disappear.Ah, good to know. Can you just make unlimited boxes at any time then? With the only punishment being that you won't get the crown once you go over the limit?Yes, this is correct.