I don’t want to spoil anything, but simply saying “Greek Tragedy” covers a lot, if you follow me. Clearly, you’re going to get the most out of Sokobos if you already love Sokoban as a core concept, but I could have wished for a slightly deeper story behind it all.
Deceptively simple, Sokobos will surely have you befuddled on each of its 60 levels as you build a temple for Zeus. Definitely recommended for hardcore puzzle fans.
Sokobos may have the premise of a potential Greek tragedy, but this game is anything but tragic. A fantastic, fresh take on the Sokoban formula, Sokobos provides players with plenty of brain-teasing adventures that’ll keep them occupied for the length of an entire odyssey or two. If you’re looking for a puzzle game that will really make you sit and think without giving a god-tier headache, Sokobos only costs a few drachmas for dozens of hours of delightfully difficult gameplay.
Sokobos is a charming sokoban game with fun Greek elements. It is one that I think fans of puzzle games or even those who are looking for a challenge will enjoy. I definitely know I’ll be picking this up again when I want to flex my strategy skills.