Warehouse Guy

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Application Name Warehouse Guy
   
Version 1.0
   
Developer
   
License Type Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
   
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[ This program can be obtained directly from its developer ]
   
Summary
Sokoban clone
   
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Screenshot of Main game window
   
Description Sokoban is a logic game where players push objects to their correct destinations in a number of different levels. At first glance, sokoban appears deceptively simple, yet you will soon come to appreciate the problem solving it requires.

Translating to 'warehouse keeper' in english, Sokoban originally involved organizing crates around a crowded warehouse. Since then, many versions of Sokoban have been written and additional sets of levels have been created. The levels range from very simple to extremely difficult and many can be found by searching the internet.

Sokoban was invented by Hiroyuki Imabayashi in 1982 and is Copyright © 1982 by THINKING RABBIT Inc. JAPAN.
   
Installation Instructions MIPS or SH3 (Windows CE 2.01 or higher): Copy the CAB file onto the Windows CE device and execute it there to install.
ARM: Copy the executable onto the Windows CE device and execute it from there to run the application. (NOTE: H/PC 2000 devices will also require the files aygshell.dll and doclist.dll. Some Windows CE 4.x or higher devices may also require doclist.dll.)
   
Tags game, Sokoban, puzzle game
   
Submitted By CE Geek
Submitted On 26 April 2014

Comments

REQUEST: Please Add into Installation Instructions

x86: Copy the executable onto the Windows CE device and execute it from there to run the application.
#1 By AyamiOoruri29 on 03 January 2015 at 8:25:19 AM

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