Gomibako, PSN Trash Tetris Game, Gets English Release This Week

By Spencer . March 18, 2009 . 11:02am

imageWe could see the trash stacking and compacting game, Gomibako, as part of this week’s PlayStation Store update under the name Trash Box.




It is getting an English release for sure, though! Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong will release the game on their PlayStation Store tomorrow and it’s fully translated into English.


Originally, conceived at the PlayStation C.A.M.P. project, Trash Box has players cram garbage in a bin. Similar to Tetris you don’t want the garbage bin to fill up. You have two options to dispose of the debris: eco friendly decomposition and environmentally destructive options like trash burning. Master one or both of the modes and directly upload your gameplay videos to YouTube for bragging rights. In Japan Trash Box goes for 1,500 yen ($15). A price for the English localized version has not been announced in Hong Kong.



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  • Mazen

    Wow! just how amazing this looks! this game could become huge seller, I will get the Japanese version since its not worth it to buy a HK network card that’s if there are ones for HK and I don’t have the patience to wait for the English one.

    • There are HK cards, but I think you can use any regular credit card for the Hong Kong store. So if you want you can save your Japanese credit and get it in English :)

      • Mazen

        Thank you Spencer I didn’t know about this, now of course I will get the english one :)

  • Akimitsu

    This looks pretty good!

  • I wish I had a PS3.

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