JBan is an incredibly simple Sokoban clone programmed in Java. It comes with an initial set of ten levels and a level editor. JBan involves the player moving a pawn through a grid-based maze to shift around crates into slots. The goal is to fill every slot with a crate. If you expect anymore, you will be incredibly disappointed. Sorry!

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JBan is an incredibly simple Sokoban clone programmed in Java. It comes with an initial set of ten levels and a level editor. JBan involves the player...

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