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An Inform implementation of Sokoban, the classic block-pushing puzzle game. True, Zokoban did it first, but not like this. Zokoban was basically just a proof-of-concept, and this is a full-featured implementation with a good user interface, multiple levels of undo, and literally thousands of levels - an impressive feat of data compression. It's probably the best implementation of Sokoban I've seen for any platform.
-- Carl Muckenhoupt
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:Impressive use of brackets, June 15, 2011
Other titles have turned what are normally graphically based games and used text to "draw" out a game.
"A Tight Spot" is basically (Spoiler - click to show)Sokoban implemented using text as graphics
I found myself as addicted to this as when I've played it on any other platform. I can't bring myself to give this 5 stars compared to other "text" adventures though. Not using traditional text makes it both amazing but also makes it "not-IF". Try it out and have some fun.
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