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GSokoban project is a GNOME implementation of the Sokoban game.




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.
Last updated on November 22nd, 2006

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