Sokoban-style games

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List of Sokoban-style games[edit]

This is a list of free/libre sokoban-style games:



Game Screenshot Last Release Genres Description
Berusky Berusky.png 2014-11-17 Sokoban
Berusky
Berusky.png
Screenshot of Berusky
GenreSokoban
Latest release1.7.1  (Announcement)
Release dateNovember 17th, 2014
Code licenseGPL[1]
Media licenseGPL[1]
P. languageC++
LibrarySDL
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Berusky is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Berusky is a sokoban style game, published under GNU Public License.

Fish Fillets - Next Generation Fish Fillets NG - chest.png 2011-09-09 Puzzle, Sokoban-style
Fish Fillets - Next Generation
Fish Fillets NG - chest.png
Fish Fillets - Next Generation
GenrePuzzle, Sokoban-style
Latest release1.0.1
Release dateSeptember 9th, 2011
DeveloperIvo Danihelka
Code licenseGPL[2]
Media licenseGPL[2]
P. languageC++ and Lua
LibrarySDL
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Fish Fillets - Next Generation is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Fish Fillets - Next Generation is a puzzle game. Fish Fillets was a commercial game until 2004 when it is licensed under the GPL. This rewrote for modern operating systems adds the "Next Generation" to the title.[2] It is written in C++, with Lua used for level scripting and the game uses the SDL library.[3]

The voice dialogs are in Czech. The subtitles have been translated into multiple languages — see the categories of this article at the bottom.

GJID Gjid.jpeg 2013-10-10 Sokoban-style
GJID
Gjid.jpeg
GJID
GenreSokoban-style
Latest release3.1  (Announcement)
Release dateOctober 10th, 2013
DeveloperMike Sharov
Code licenseMIT License [4]
Media licenseMIT License [4]
P. languageC++
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GJID is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

GJID is a sokoban-style game, in which the player controls a robot called GJID. The robot volunteered to cleanup the dungeon from dangerous weapons by moving them into recycling bins. After GJID recycled all weapons in a level, he can move to the next one.

JSoko JSoko.jpg 2015-04-22 Sokoban-style
jSoko
JSoko.jpg
jSoko
GenreSokoban-style
Latest release1.74  (Announcement)
Release dateApril 22nd, 2015
DeveloperHeiner Marxen, Matthias Meger
Code licenseGPL +credits +no-misrepresentation [4]
Media licenseGPL +credits +no-misrepresentation [4]
P. languageJava
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jSoko is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

JSoko is a sokobon style puzzle game. It includes an automatic solver and supports different skins.

Simple Sokoban Simplesok.png 2014-06-18 Sokoban-style
Simple Sokoban
Simplesok.png
Simple Sokoban
GenreSokoban-style
Latest release1.0.1
Release dateJune 18th, 2014
DeveloperMateusz Viste
Code licenseGPL[5]
Media licenseGPL[5]
P. languageC
LibrarySDL
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Simple Sokoban is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Simple Sokoban is a (simple) Sokoban game aimed at playability and portability across systems. It is written in ANSI C89, using SDL for user interactions.

SokoSolve SokoSolve.png 2009-05-27 Sokoban-style games
SokoSolve
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GenreSokoban-style games
Latest release1.3.50-beta
Release date2009-05-27
DeveloperGuy Langston
Code licenseGPL
LibraryWinForms
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SokoSolve is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

SokoSolve is a Sokoban game with enthusiast tools written by Guy Langston.[reference required]

It features a Game, a Library, a Solver, an Editor, and a Generator.[reference required]

SokoSolve is licensed under the terms of the GPL.[reference required]

It has been written for Windows (in C#.NET).[reference required]

The latest version is 1.3.45-beta.[reference required]


SokoSolve features a clean library and game, its also features rich automated solving algorithms together with interesting visualisations. Solver Abilities

Xye Xye.jpg 2013-08-13 Sokoban-style, Arcade
Xye
Xye.jpg
A Xye level
GenreSokoban-style, Arcade
Latest release0.12.2  (Announcement)
Release dateAugust 13th, 2013
DeveloperVictor Hugo Soliz Kuncar
Code licensezlib/libpng license[6]
Media licenseCustom free license[7]
P. languageC++
LibrarySDL
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Xye is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.

Xye is a puzzle game similar to Sokoban but it includes Arcade elements.

The main objective is to get all the gems in each level. The player gets bonus points for collecting all stars before getting the last gem.

There are different obstacles, such as blocks in different shapes and size:

  • Some blocks move on their own
  • Some blocks can be pushed
  • Magnets that can be used to pull blocks.
  • Moving blocks to certain locations will open doors
  • Monsters chase the player