New software releases

New software releases · 17. October 2020
George Petrov has published YSokoban 1.840. The release notes for this new version: Bugfix: pasting levels with push mode solution Bugfix: wrongly mark boxes as moved during finding boxes to push Bugfix: player validation Change: Allow horizontal autoscroll in level textbox A feature comparison of the main Sokoban programs can be found in the Sokoban Wiki.

New software releases · 22. August 2020
A new JSoko version has been released. Please check out the release notes. As always: please report any bugs, problems or suggestions to: JSoko@mail.de

New software releases · 16. August 2020
A new JSoko version has been released. Please check out the release notes. As always: please report any bugs, problems or suggestions to: JSoko@mail.de

New software releases · 13. August 2020
George Petrov has published YSokoban 1.839. The release notes for this new version: Bugfix: respect options for best solution export for split files. Bugfix: level edit box shall not loose focus on shift. Correct handling of commands starting with ctrl/alt/shift number. A feature comparison of the main Sokoban programs can be found in the Sokoban Wiki.

New software releases · 05. August 2020
Festival is a Sokoban solver written by Yaron Shoham. It is based on the novel FESS search algorithm (to appear in CoG 2020). Festival is the first Sokoban solver that solves all 90 levels of the XSokoban benchmark! The new Festival 1.1 version has been optimized for speed and memory consumption. Since this new version is a 64-bit application the program may now use about 3GB of memory. Festival 1.1 solves 2970 of the 3272 levels included in the standard Large Test Suite. See how Festival...
New software releases · 27. July 2020
Florent Diedler has released a new version of Sokolution - one of the currently best Sokoban solvers. This version can push-optimal solve: 54 / 90 XSokoban levels (time limit : 10 minutes) 59 / 90 XSokoban levels (time limit : 60 minutes) Change log for this new version: Fixed a bug reported by Ming regarding a larger H cost in some big levels Improved a bit the search for optimal solutions (ASTAR and IDA) You can find details about which levels have been solved in the Wiki .
New software releases · 24. July 2020
Ken'ichiro Takahashi (Takaken) has published a special version of his solver which displays the next goal the solver has selected for trying pushing a box to. This version is interesting for solver developers since it's possible to see how the solver selects goal after goal. Note: The new version only supports Japanese texts. To see the Japanese texts you can use a language emulator like Locale Emulator. On his website you find a description and example screenshots of this feature and also the...

New software releases · 09. July 2020
Brian Damgaard has published a new version of his great and widely used Sokoban YASC program. The release notes for this new version: Version 1.663 Added a plugin script for running the "Festival" solver by Yaron Shoham. Festival is a milestone in the history of the Sokoban game. It's the first program reported to have solved all 90 XSokoban levels, the de facto test suite in the academic literature on Sokoban. The first time you activate this solver plugin, you will be asked to edit its...
New software releases · 21. June 2020
Festival is a Sokoban solver written by Yaron Shoham. It is based on the novel FESS search algorithm (to appear in CoG 2020). Festival is the first Sokoban solver that solves all 90 levels of the XSokoban benchmark! See how Festival scores in other level sets in the solvers statistics wiki page. This set of 90 levels, called XSokoban, has been used as a benchmark for most academic studies. Since more than 20 years several solvers have been published trying to solve all XSokoban levels. Being...
New software releases · 16. June 2020
Brian Damgaard has published a new version of his great and widely used Sokoban YASC program. The release notes for this new version: Version 1.662 Minor changes. A feature comparison of the main Sokoban programs can be found in the Sokoban Wiki.

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