An implementation of the popular Sokoban puzzle game. The goal is to push the crates onto the designated squares without getting stuck.
NEWS (18 Mar 2018): Added a Windows Installer
NEWS (13 Nov 2016): Added new public source code repo for Still Yet Another Sokoban
NEWS (18 June 2006): Version 2 released. This release adds support for multiple sets of levels (many new levels included - press "c" to choose levels), and fixes the "uses lots of CPU" bug.
Windows Download: Sokoban_Setup.exe [Installer OR:]
Windows Download: SYASokoban.zip [Portable zip]
Unzip the files using something like WinZip, or WinXP's built-in zip file access stuff. Then just run the Sokoban.exe file in the SYASokoban directory.
=> Upgrading from version 1 to version 2: [Windows only] You will need to manually copy the file ".syasokoban1.00" into the application folder the first time you run it if you want your old 'completed levels' to be imported into version 2. (Note as of v2.0.2 (18 Mar 2018), the game config file ".djgames" now lives by default under e.g. "c:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\GraySkyGames\" - previously, it saved the config file into the same folder where you extracted the .zip - if you want to load your old settings (e.g. remembered-completed-levels) from v2.0.1, you must manually copy this ".djgames" file into the new AppData-based subfolder.)
Mac OS X Download: SYASokoban.dmg
Just click on the .dmg package to open it. If you wish to install it, simply drag the application icon to your Applications folder.
Linux / Source Code Download: syasokoban-2.0.1.tar.gz
LICENSE: Your choice of GPL 2, GPL 2 or higher, or a BSD-style license. Requires libsdl.
Older version 1 downloads available here.
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Video tour of Still Yet Another Sokoban, by Phil Shapiro:
Port of SYA Sokoban for Nintendo Wii (by Shin-NiL):
* Excessively pedantic people who may want to note that it's not "truly" unlimited as it's effectively restricted by hardware and software limitations (e.g. addressable memory size): You have too much time on your hands, stop overthinking and just play the game