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Power Soukoban

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Power Sōkoban
POWER倉庫番
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Developer(s): Atelier Double
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Super Famicom
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Players:
Predecessor:
Successor:
Copyrights: ©1982, 1998 Thinking Rabbit Inc.
©1999 Nintendo
Pricing
Release dates
Japan:

January 1, 1999 (Nintendo Power)
June 25, 1999

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Power Sōkoban is a game for Super Famicom.

Summary

Power Sōkoban is based on sōkoban; a classical, originally box moving game by Thinking Rabbit where the aim is to push objects around to fit them in spaces.

This game additionally features a story based around the mythical Medusa, and creatures from Japanese mythology.

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