Nice game, but can be improved There is no option to zoom out or scroll without moving anything when level is to large to fit screen. Also screen rotation will help in such situations. A tap and move in a particular point would be helpful, rather than swipe to move.
The basics Simple but clearly challenging. Only about 4-5 levels in and been asked to rate it. Too early to really judge but no ads, in-app purchases and only minimal storage space required. Would like to know what level I'm on though. No obvious number showing, but I'll stick with it.
Excellent basic Sokoban Some levels are quite easy, but as you get into the game you meet puzzles that are much more difficult than they look. A very good programme that will keep Sokoban fans engaged for hours while honing your skills.
Nice swiping Unlike other sokoban games which require you to tap on regions of the map and which then send the pusher to the wrong place, this one you can slide in any place just showing the cardinal direction. This is simpler and a good thing.
Pure and simple (But not easy) Pure Sokoban puzzles, without the artificial stress of "minimum move count" or "perfect!" or "three stars" nonsense. Minor quibble in that the difficulty is not progressive, you might come across a simple one right after a major head-scratcher. But rewarding to solve each one!
Simple and good A very simple Sokoban game without any embellishments: no sound effects or scoring system, but also no ads or in-game purchases. It only does one thing, and does it well.
fixed crashes on android 5.0 (lollipop)