GSokoban project is a GNOME implementation of the Sokoban game.
GSokoban is a puzzle game invented in Japan 1982 by Hiroyuki Imabayashi.
The goal is to push a number of boxes to special spots in a maze, without getting stuck against walls or in corners.
Here are some key features of "GSokoban":
· It is free software, and licensed under the GNU General Public License.
· Multiple image sets. (Ten sets included)
· Multiple map sets. (Currently seven sets (471 levels) included)
· Default, 90 maps, Level 1-50 Copyright (c) 1982 Thinking Rabbit Inc, Japan
· DimitriAndYorick, 61 maps, Copyright (c) Jacques Duthen
· Howard, 100 maps, Copyright (c) Howard Abed
· Sasquatch, 50 maps, Copyright (c) David W. Skinner
· Yoshio1, 52 maps, Copyright (c) Yoshio Murase
· Yoshio2, 40 maps, Copyright (c) Yoshio Murase
· sokogen-990602, 78 maps, Copyright (c) Howard Abed
· Scoring based on pushes or moves.
· Unlimited undo function.
· Saves solutions so you can review them at a later time using the built-in playback function.
What's New in This Release:
· Several memory leaks are fixed.
· The game area is always centered, and the window can no longer be made smaller than the game area.
· Russian translation from Igor Plekhov.
· New graphics set "budge" from Nat Pryce.