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Capt'n Squiddy's Bootleg Push-Push is a Sokoban variant that is pretty decent overall. Apparently a version of Sokoban called "Push-Push" was available on early Samsung phones, and that's the game that this DOS version attempts to mimic. It plays just like Sokoban: Push blocks on top of X's to beat the level and move on to the next. It has decent graphics and some midi music. There are a lot of levels, and thanks to the Wayback Machine there's a website that gives solutions to all the levels, assuming the levels in this game are all the same as those for the ancient Samsung phone game. This game was created using the Official Hamster Republic Role Playing Game Construction Engine.
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