Sokoban (Japanese for "warehouse man") is an addicting little maze
game. You are Sokoban (the little purple faced guy), and it is your job to move
all the yellow boxes onto the dark blue storage squares to complete each maze level.
This version of the game is freeware, and is written by Tse
Shum Fat, and is available from his
webpage - http://www.xylo.freeserve.co.uk/sokoban.htm
Sokoban moves with the arrow keys. When he encounters an unobstructed box, he'll
push the box into the next empty space, so beware. Several times I had to reset
the maze (the R key) because I had inadvertently run into a box and moved it somewhere
it was just not meant to go.
The file comes as a self-extracting executable, with directory structure preserved.
Just run the .exe in the root directory where you want the game to reside. Switch
to the \SokoBan directory and run setup.cmd to install the desktop objects. Then
be prepared to lose a few hours of your life...
I didn't stop until level 11 out of a possible 90. You can see all 90 levels
by using the |
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Sokoban... play at
your own risk
Freeware: http://www.xylo.freeserve.co.uk/sokoban.htm peter
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