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Don't Fall In The Water 2005 Jamie Barclay
Freeware Sokoban   decrease the rating increase the rating
by: Jamie Barclay 78 %
Windows English
 Tested on winXP: runs fine last updated: 20-04-09

Don't Fall In The Water Don't Fall In The Water
Don't Fall In The Water

Don't Fall In The Water


A nice Sokoban game in a RPG like world.

In this game of 25 levels, you have to push all the boxes of gold on the stop signs, but watch out: Don't fall in the water!
The game has cute graphics and has some nice extra animations in it, such as an airplane, a boat, a pianist, some birds etc.. Don't care about that, they don't hurt you.
If you like piano music, don't forget to switch your speakers on ;)

Arrow keys = move Jamie
L or Alt = pause game
Esc = end game
M = music on/off
R = restart level
Z = skip level, go to the next one
F4 = full screen / windowed
F5 / F6 = save / load game

What is Sokoban?
Sokoban is a classic game invented in Japan. It's a very addictive strategy game in which the player, as a warehouse keeper, pushes boxes to their correct destinations in a crowded warehouse.
The trick in Sokoban is moving the boxes without getting them or the warehouse keeper stuck. Because boxes can only be pushed, not pulled, the warehouse keeper, or Sokoban in Japanese, has to be careful not to get them stuck against a wall or another box before they reach their destination.
Sokoban was written in the early '80's in Japan where it won a computer game contest. Sokoban and variations of it have since been written for many different operating systems.

Reviewed by Rudy Caiman

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