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Saturday, September 01, 2007

English versions for both Crocodile Garden and Marble Seals were recently posted on Anahara Masataka's home page. Fans of Sokoban would be interested in the former, a game about transporting alligators to their watery abodes.

Obstacles block your way frequently but these can be pushed away using bulldozers which only moves forward or backwards. Climb into a vehicle from it's sides, and grab a reptile using the enter key. [original review]

Crocodile Garden download page


Blogger Zmann said at 9/02/2007 11:09:00 AM:  
Pretty great puzzle game. The seal one on the same page is pretty fun as well. They feel fresh because they use mechanics and objects not seen in most sokoban-likes.
Blogger Pong S said at 10/18/2007 03:30:00 PM:  
I'm stuck on the goalkeeper stage. I don't think it's solvable, in which case I hesitate to play through the rest of the levels. I would hate to be stuck on a level that's broken.
Blogger Pong S said at 10/18/2007 03:41:00 PM:  
Actually, I'm just retarded. Nevermind.