An Apple device with iOS 13.5, macOS 11 (Big Sur) or TV OS 13.4 (or more recent).
To unlock new character pieces, you have to unlock new levels by playing adventures and gaining experience points.
Today, the maximum level is 63. We’ll increase this number as new official campaigns come to the game.
To unlock more magic blocks for editing your home, you’ll need to finish campaigns and adventures. This will earn experience points and, as you earn levels, new magic blocks will be unlocked. When creating an adventure, every block will be unlocked for everyone on any level.
When you finish creating your adventures, you first need to play it and check if it can be completed. After that you’ll have to choose a name, a category and associate up to 3 tags with it.
For now, you’re limited to publishing 10 adventures per day and 64 total. This number may be increased in the future.
After publishing your adventure, your friends can find it by searching for your Game Center ID or by the adventure name.
Yes, you can use any mix of magic blocks in your creations. In Wonderbox: The Adventure Maker your imagination sets the limit.
The Creator mode is not currently available on Apple TV devices. You can build adventures in other devices and use the same Apple ID to access them on Apple TV.
Campaigns are hand-crafted narrative stories that were built by AQUIRIS to guide players through the Wonderbox world. Adventures are more self-contained and don’t necessarily connect to each other by a narrative.
Wonderbox: The Adventure Maker offers adventures created both by our development team and by our players. You can craft your own adventures and share them with your friends, with a chance to feature in our special hand-picked thematic selections.
Yes, you can play the endless adventures of Wonderbox with any controller compatible with Apple Devices. For the Creator Mode, we recommend using your finger or accessories such as the Apple Pen.
Yes, if you have to leave an adventure, you can later come back from the last moment you entered a box. We also offer the option to begin it again from the start.
After the character creation screen, when you're already inside the game, there'll be a pause button on the upper left side of the screen, just press that and there should be an option to skip the tutorial.
The game is available exclusively on Apple Arcade.
Yes, you need an active Apple Arcade subscription to play Wonderbox.
No, you’ll get your save data and progress back if you renew your Apple Arcade subscription.
Except for accounts that are inactive over 2 years, their data will be deleted.
No, every Wonderbox: The Adventure Maker update will be available for free as long as you keep your Apple Arcade subscription. The same applies to every other game available on the Apple Arcade service.
No, we collect no personal data on our users. We require your permission to link an account in our servers to your Apple ID in order to save your progress and creations.
To be able to play the online modes or publish adventures, you’ll have to agree with sharing the game data with Wonderbox’s team. This information will allow us to make a cloud save. Just go to the game Settings > System > Allow Data Collection. Also, make sure that you’re logged into your Game Center account on Settings > Game Center.
Some parental restrictions can prevent players from accessing the online modes. First, configure Multiplayer restriction in the parenting account.
Logged in with the main account, go to Settings > Screen Time > Family > (select the underage account) > Content & Privacy Restrictions > Content Restrictions > Multiplayer Games. If you select Don’t Allow or Allow Only with Friends, the restriction is activated. If you select Allow with Everyone, Multiplayer and online features are enabled. After that, make sure to agree with sharing the game data with Wonderbox’s team. This information will allow us to make a cloud save. Just go to the game Settings > System > Allow Data Collection.
This error indicates that Game Center is restricted in Parental Controls or has been turned off entirely in the configuration profile. All you have to do is make sure you’re connected in the right account and logged in with the main account, go to Settings > Screen Time > Family > (select the underage account) > Content & Privacy Restrictions > Content Restrictions > Multiplayer Games. If you select Don’t Allow or Allow Only with Friends, the restriction is activated. If you select Allow with Everyone, Multiplayer and online features are enabled.
To get access to cloud saving, make sure you're logged in with the same Game Center account on all devices and you’ll have to comply with sharing your data with Wonderbox' team to get access to all online modes. Just go to the game Settings > System > Allow Data Collection.
If you already made sure that you’re logged in with the same Game Center account on all devices, have allowed Data Collection and your adventure progress still won’t go to other Apple devices, please let us know at the Bug Report form.
While you’re playing disconnected from Game Center, you’ll play as a guest. That means you won’t be able to publish Adventures, play Multiplayer and access the Cloud Save. If you also didn’t agree with the data collection, you won’t see the full Adventure’s Gallery.
When logged on Game Center, your level, XP and all progress will migrate together but as you didn’t have Cloud Save, your Creations will stay at the “guest account”.
First, check if you’re logged into your Game Center account. If you’re playing disconnected from it, you’ll play as a guest. That means you won’t be able to publish Adventures, play Multiplayer and access the Cloud Save.
If you’re connected and lost level progression, XP or creations, report a bug at the Bug Report form.
On Wonderbox’s Settings, you’ll find Performance options that let you set the way you want to play the game. By choosing the “Battery Saving” option, the game will run at locked 30 fps without losing details or graphic quality. By choosing this option, your device should run cooler and you’ll be able to save up to 50% of your battery consumption, especially on older devices.
You can see a tutorial from Support Apple, here: Connect a wireless game controller to your Apple device.
Sometimes, when you’re walking or jumping through certain adventures like The Elder’s Cave, the screen can blink white briefly. The screen will be back to normal in a few seconds/minutes. This is a known issue that happens only in Mac M1 and we’re investigating it.