Abandonware DOS title

Sokoban puzzle games

Sokoban refers to a type of puzzle video game where the player controls a character (typically a warehouse worker or similar) tasked with pushing crates or boxes around a maze-like environment to solve puzzles. The objective is usually to push all the crates onto designated storage locations within the level, with constraints on movement such as only being able to push one crate at a time and not being able to pull them.

The name "Sokoban" is derived from Japanese and roughly translates to "warehouse keeper". Sokoban games often feature increasingly challenging puzzles requiring careful planning and strategy to solve.

Most popular sokoban games

Chip's Challenge
puzzleDOS, Windows 3.x
Soko-Ban
puzzleDOS
Kurtan
puzzleDOS
block-o-mania-02

Block O Mania

DOS19894.1/5 Crystal Shard
bolo-ball-03

Bolo Ball

DOS19923.3/5 Soleau Software
chips-challenge-win3-01

Chip's Challenge

DOSWindows 3.x19914.2/5 Epyx
Chip's Challenge is an abandoned top-down puzzle game designed by Chuck Sommerville, developed and released by Epyx in 1991. Chip's Challenge was released on DOS, Windows 3.x and many other home computers such as Atari ST, Amiga, C64, ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC.
color-buster-03

Color Buster

DOS19923.6/5
kurtan-1

Kurtan

DOS19903.4/5 TbiliSoft
kwiksnax-03

Kwik Snax Dizzy

DOS19933.7/5 Codemasters
rescue-rover-1-04

Rescue Rover

DOS1991protected3.8/5 id software
rescue-rover-2-04

Rescue Rover 2

DOS1991protected3.1/5 id software
robbo-02

Robbo

DOS1993freeware3.8/5 xLand Games
sokoban-1

Soko-Ban

DOS19844.1/5 ASCII Corporation
stone-age-03

Stone Age

DOS19924.1/5
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