As if Flash games weren't enough, Holger has released a new web-browser game written in SVG: Sokoban. This puzzle game is fun and challenging, but at 60 levels, it's unlikely that anyone is going to sit through them all. It's a shame that the game doesn't save a cookie and remember which level you've made it to (hint hint, Holger).

To play the above, your browser needs to support SVG (a relatively new web-based graphics standard). Until Mozilla Firefox 1.1 is released, I recommend you download the Adobe SVG Viewer plugin. For Internet Explorer, click here. For Mozilla Firefox, follow the instructions at the bottom of this page.

§87 · April 27, 2005 · Entertainment, Games, Software, SVG, Technology, Web · · [Print]

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  1. Holger says:

    Hi Jeff
    im sorry for wasteing your time 😉
    but seriously i understand that problem, and was thinking about cookies.
    there will probably be two versions, one with cookies, the other without, so you can play offline. for the offline version, im planing several versions, with 25 levels each, and increasing difficulty.
    personally i recommend using one of the latest firefox nightlys:
    mozilla needs testing, so download a new build and test away…
    its a much better way to waste your time 😉