All my Sokoban collections

Here you can download all my Sokoban collections. Click on the title of the collection.

August 2007. 35 puzzles
Collection of big puzzles with many boxes, but easy and fun.

June 2009.
170 puzzles
170 authentic tiny "pufis" of just 3 or 4 boxes. In each puzzle shows the limit of steps to solve the puzzle optimally. Ideal to learn and play with limited steps.

Original remixed
September 2009. 50 puzzles
It is the "Original" collection (1988) of Thinking Rabbit, but highly remodeled
. Most of the puzzles are easy, although some are a little more difficult.

Small chessboards
December 2009. 40 puzzles
The arrangement of the boxes in a "chessboard" is one of the most difficult puzzle modes (among other reasons, because there are any spaces). This collection is a little chessboards's training of increasing difficulty.

Miniatures - Part One (easy)
December 2010. 60 puzzles
Small handmade puzzles for beginners, beautiful and fun. Recommended!

Miniatures - Part Two (hard)
December 2010. 30 puzzles
Continued "Miniatures - Part One", with 30 hard levels.

Magic Sokoban 
Authors: Jordi Domènech and Kevin Cassol

June 2011. 100 puzzles

Magic Sokoban 2
April 2012. 100 puzzles

Magic Sokoban 3
July 2012. 100 puzzles

Magic Sokoban 4
Authors: Jordi Domènech, Marcus Hof and David Buchweitz 

October 2012. 100 puzzles

Magic Sokoban 5
Authors: Jordi Domènech, Marcus Hof and Marcis Berzins

September 2013. 105 puzzles

Magic Sokoban 6
June 2015. 100 puzzles

Small puzzles, simple and beautiful. This is my favorite collection ... Is the collection that I had always wanted to do.

Three parallel
January 2013. 18 puzzles 
November-December 2015. 40 puzzles

I've done this collection "Life" in a few days, a puzzle after another, between November and December 2015. I have tried that every puzzle raises a typical problem of Sokoban. There are some difficult puzzles, others are easier, all mixed, and there are two hard levels (#21 and #37): If you can't solve them, leave them. As a whole, I think that it is a beautiful collection and fun to solve.

I have built this collection for peace in the world, and most especially to Syria, where any war had to have been!

See more comments on the collection in the post Life.


The beautiful world of remodels
226 puzzles

Within the wide world of Sokoban, the remodeling is an item that fascinates me most today. This collection are a tribute to all creators of Sokoban.

SokoStation variations
Authors: Ghislain Martin and Jordi Domènech
January and December 2012. 113 puzzles

This collection brings together 113 "variations" of the puzzles of Ghislain Martin, most of them belonging to his fantastic collection "SokoStation". Some of these "variations" are very difficult. I hesitated if include them in this selection, because all that is gained in difficulty, is lost in fun. Ghislain Martin puzzles are very clever and very fun, however, these "variations" are at risk of being difficult and boring. I recommend this: If you can't solve a puzzle, leave it for last, and try to solve the following. Enjoy!

Microban variations
Authors: David W. Skinner and Jordi Domènech

May 2012. 149 puzzles

Most of these variations are from 2010. Some of this were posted in the Yahoo forum, but until now I have not decided to collect them in a collection. What sense does add some boxes or walls to increase the difficulty, in these puzzles that are for beginners, or even for children, such as Skinner says in its website? It seems to me absurd. But the difficulty is the law of gravity of Sokoban, and all the puzzles tend to the difficulty in the same way that a stone tends to the center of the Earth. It is inevitable. However, I am a strong supporter of the puzzles for beginners, i.e. of the easy and nice but good puzzles. In any case, here are these variations, that at least I have tried to make them attractive for all lovers of this classic and excellent David W. Skinner Microban collection.

Chrysalis variations
Authors: David Buchweitz and Jordi Domènech
July 2012. 70 puzzles

Chrysalis variations 2
Authors: David Buchweitz and Jordi Domènech
August 2013. 29 puzzles

David Buchweitz has a great ability to create very imaginative structures. As the structure is the most important thing a puzzle, it is sometimes possible to obtain very good and amazing puzzles. These "variations" are modifications of some of his puzzles.

For years, David Buchweitz keeps animated his website Let's Logic, in which he posted his puzzles in the "Member Puzzles" section.

Alberto Garcia remixed
Authors: Alberto García and Jordi Domènech
January 2013. 90 puzzles

In a few months, between June and December 2002, Alberto García published 1000 puzzles, distributed in several collections. Alberto was a student of 18 years old. All of puzzles are very simple and easy, but there are some good ideas. I've remodeled some puzzles, and I have ordered according to increasing difficulty, although none of them exceeds the medium difficulty, typical of the Thinking Rabbit puzzles. I am sure that in this "remixed" set, Sokoban fans will discover a new Alberto García.

For beginners!

First  steps
"First steps" is a selection of my puzzles and arrangements for beginners who want to start in Sokoban. I have divided "First steps" in two sets: Beginner (100 levels) and Advanced (80 levels). 

You can download all puzzles here:

First steps (180 levels)

Download Still Yet Another Sokoban and play three excellent collections: "Homz challenge" (80 levels) by Martí Homs, "First steps - Beginner" (100 levels) by Jordi Domènech, and "Gradus ad Olympo" (60 levels) by Přemysl Zíka.

In total, 240 beautiful levels of difficulty between 0.5 and 6/10. If you can solve all the levels, you're an advanced player.

SYASokoban, with:

- "Homz challenge" (80 levels) by Martí Homs
- "First steps" (100 levels) by Jordi Domènech
- "Gradus ad Olympo" (60 levels) by Přemysl Zíka


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