Daily Sokoban Game



Sokoban for us is one of those highly addictve puzzle games and fortunately this is a daily one so, when completed, just come back 24 hours later to be presented with a new puzzle. Invented by Hiroyuki Imabayashi in Japan in 1981, the puzzle was later shipped to America and distributed as a computer game and has been republished in many forms. The aim of this online Sokoban game is to push the boxes around the warehouse to get them to their correct storage locations. The clue is in the word 'Sokoban', Japanese for warehouseman. Sounds easy? Well,only one box can be pushed at a time and your forklift truck cannot drive through boxes or walls or reverse either so what may seem simple at first soon becomes a real conundrum. Luckily this version of Sokoban has an 'undo' feature so you dont need to start again if and when you make a mistake.


This Sokoban game uses different controls depending on the device you are playing on so check the in-screen instructions for more details however whatever device you are using, this daily Sokoban puzzle refreshes everyday and is just one of a range of daily puzzles and games for you to enjoy. Check out our others by clicking on the 'Play Daily Games' link below or here.




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