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    OUYA Developer Jayenkai's Avatar
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    Quadoban - Jayenkai/AGameAWeek

    Time for some crate shoving.



    Push the crates onto the buttons.
    A simple Sokoban game, with a simple tweak.



    Push the crates like you would in a standard Sokoban game, but when you push one, you push them all.
    Use your mysterious pushing forces to shift all the crates onto the buttons within the ludicrously small limit of moves.

    With hundreds of levels to play through, of varying difficulties, you should have plenty to keep you entertained for a while.

    And as always... Spike.. Dislike!!



    You can grab the game from the OUYA.tv site or the Razer Forge TV Cortex site.
    For more, like the .apk, the Windows version, the HTML edition, or to view the current online leaderboards, head over to my Jayenkai Archive.
    Last edited by Jayenkai; 04-19-2017 at 11:16 PM.
    Jayenkai : Making unpopular games for over two and a half decades!
    OUYA/Cortex/Android TV compatible .apks available here.

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    1 members found this post helpful.
    I actually wrote a second version of the game that essentially plonks things down at random, then tries to play the level itself, brute force, over and over, until it manages to complete the level within the set number of moves. Any failed levels are rejected along the way.
    Then it outputs the completable levels as a simple single string of data.
    It manages to get through about 10 levels a minute, so I left it sitting, generating for a while, and got a nice pack of 500 levels out of it.

    The engine's capable of generating many more levels, but I need to find a decent way to compress the resulting data down a bit, or the file size starts to grow fairly quickly!!

    Similarly, the floor, wall and crate tiles are also pre-generated with random colours and textures, so all the packs (should) look somewhat varied.

    All in all, this is a fine example of randomisation!!
    Jayenkai : Making unpopular games for over two and a half decades!
    OUYA/Cortex/Android TV compatible .apks available here.

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