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Power Soukoban

Power Soukoban (SNES) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Genre: Casual (Puzzle)
Developer: Atelier Double

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
06/25/1999

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Reader Reviews

Power Soukoban review

Reviewed July 03, 2009

aschultz says: "Soukoban, though ported to many platforms, is really a better AI problem or programming exercise than a game. It's simple: push boxes in warehouse onto target squares, no diagonal moves please. For full game, repeat two hundred levels, expanding floor and number of boxes. Unfortunately, its faults are as simple: for nontrivial levels, the a-ha moment pales by the drudge work ahead. Ports that rehash levels with jazzier graphics or let you undo moves can't fully hide this. Power Soukoban t..."
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