JSoko

JSoko is a Java program for playing the Sokoban game. 

It's developed as an open source program at www.sourceforge.net

Current version of JSoko is 1.86


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Sokoban YASC 1.657 has been published

Brian Damgaard has published a new version of his great and widely used Sokoban YASC program.

 

The release notes for this new version:

  • Added a new minor feature: The file conversion methods (found on the menu in the "Open" window) has been augmented with a "Reorganize level files..." option.
    Previously, level file reorganization was only offered elsewhere on the "Open" window menu for the currently loaded level file.
    It's practical also to have the option of reorganizing multiple level collections at a time, for instance to remove level file format descriptions from files.
  • Minor changes.

A feature comparison of the main Sokoban programs can be found in the Sokoban Wiki.

 

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Sokoban YASC 1.656 has been published

Brian Damgaard has published a new version of his great and widely used Sokoban YASC program.

 

The release notes for this new version:

  • Added new option to 'Settings':
    "Control | Windows | Main window | Show level number in title line" with default value "No".
    This brings the total up to three optional pieces of information on the title line together with the level name: File name, level number, and board dimensions.
  • Minor changes.

A feature comparison of the main Sokoban programs can be found in the Sokoban Wiki.

 

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Sokoban YASC 1.655 has been published

Brian Damgaard has published a new version of his great and widely used Sokoban YASC program.

 

The release notes for this new version:

  • Added a new minor feature:
    Display a checkerboard overlay on top of the game board.
    Some expert solvers use a parity concept during the solving process, and here it helps that the checkerboard coloring shows the odd/even parity of each square.
    The options for this new feature can be found in the 'Settings' window in section "Graphics | Board | Checkerboard overlay".
    Thanks to Matthias Meger for suggesting this feature.

A feature comparison of the main Sokoban programs can be found in the Sokoban Wiki.

 

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