Still Yet Another Sokoban 2.0 reviewDownload
Sokoban was invented in Japan and the original program was written by Hiroyuki Imabayashi.
Sokoban was invented in Japan and the original program was written by Hiroyuki Imabayashi. It is copyright (c) 1982 Thinking Rabbit Inc. Japan.
"Sokoban" means "warehouse keeper" in Japanese.
The goal of Still Yet Another Sokoban is to push all the crates into the designated crate positions.
The levels provided are not my own, they are public domain.
Bug reports or general feedback (but NOT help with levels etc) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Still Yet Another Sokoban is an implementation of the popular Sokoban puzzle game.
The goal is to push the crates onto the designated squares without getting stuck.
Here are some key features of "Still Yet Another Sokoban":
Mouse controls + path finding.
adds support for multiple sets of levels (many new levels included - press "c" to choose levels),
adds "Are you sure" messagebox when closing,
fixes the "uses lots of CPU" bug.
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