15. December 2017
Brian Damgaard has published a new version of his great and widely used Sokoban YASC program. The release notes for this new version: Skins galore: 27 more Sokoskinner skins have been found and added to the collection, bringing the total up to 210 Sokoskinner skins. See the version 1.647 release notes for download instructions. Thanks to Jordi Domenech for sharing an older snapshot of the Sokoskinner collection, including these 27 skins. The skin format includes two slots inherited from the...

New software releases · 26. November 2017
George Petrov has published YSokoban 1.824. The release notes for this new version: Bugfix: Make undo stoppable during instant redo. A feature comparison of the main Sokoban programs can be found in the Sokoban Wiki.

New software releases · 19. November 2017
JSoko has been released in version 1.80 Please check out the release notes. As always: please report any bugs, problems or suggestions to: JSoko@online.de

New software releases · 19. November 2017
Florent Diedler has released a new version of Sokolution - the currently best Sokoban solver. Release notes: Remove tbb dependency Display "Time limit exceeded" or "Unsolved" to give more information about the solving status Fix a bug when trying to terminate a solving by pressing "Stop" button in YASC Fix minor bugs
New software releases · 14. November 2017
Florent Diedler has published Sokolution v2.0 This isn't just a minor release of the solver. Version 2.0 of Sokolution is now the best existing solver for Sokoban levels! For many years Takaken's solver has hold the world record for solving the most Sokoban levels. However, it now has been outperformed by Sokolution 2.0. Sokolution can solve 3026 levels of the 3424 levels used for testing the solvers in the Sokoban Wiki. The Wiki result page hasn't been updated, yet. However you can find the...

New software releases · 09. November 2017
JSoko has been released in version 1.79 Please check out the release notes. As always: please report any bugs, problems or suggestions to: JSoko@online.de

09. November 2017
Since the typo3 content management system needed an update in order to receive new security fixes I have decided to move to a new CMS. I hope this new website provides interesting information for you. Have fun with Sokoban!