Note: This is primarily a proof-of-concept prototype, there aren't many levels.

A "multiban" puzzle game where you control several celebrities simultaneously.

Move all the boxes on top of the flags to win.

Controls

Move with arrow keys or WASD:

  • Warehouse keeper: Regular (directional) movement
  • Snake: Regular movement, but needs space to turn, and can't slither backwards
  • Gray tank: Tank movement; left and right to turn (counter-clockwise and clockwise), up to move forwards, down to reverse
  • (Cyan) Laser Tank: Regular movement, but must first rotate to turn before moving
  • White tank: Regular movement, but must first rotate to turn before moving; can drive in reverse


StatusPrototype
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
(1)
AuthorTobias V. Langhoff
GenrePuzzle
Made withLÖVE
Tagssokoban
LicenseMIT License
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard

Comments

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Cool that all characters are with different abilities, would be interesting to see them interacting with each other (like e.g. in DROD). Black tank was kind of boring, but I liked the snake twist/trolling in the last level. :)

Also nice touch is the ability to undo the restart :D

Thanks a lot! I'll definitely play more with the concept, and probably try to think of more characters/abilities.

The concept is nice, and the last level is quite challenging. The best strategy seemed to be just doing the puzzles one at a time while having the other characters wait in a corner. The red+green color choice was somewhat uncomfortable to my eyes. The puzzles were pretty good though!

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Thank you! I definitely think I can do more interesting things with the concept, but sadly I didn't have time for much level design or to develop the concept further.

In retrospect I agree on the red+green color choice – those tiles are actually from a classic (now public domain) puzzle game called Laser Tank, which I've played a lot, so I guess I've just gotten used to the colors over the years, haha.