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Soukoban Deluxe is an arcade game published by Namco for release in the arcades in 1990. It is a graphically enhanced implementation of the, by then, eight year old Japanese puzzle game phenomenon. It is the first (and so far only) implementation of Soukoban officially released in arcades. While featuring all of the rules of regular Soukoban, it also features a timer that determined how quickly you must solve the current puzzle before you are kicked off the machine. Even if you decide that you need to start the level over, the time that you've lost remains lost. If you run out of time, you can enter another credit to continue the level over with a full timer. Although the series was never hugely popular in the United States, Namco released the game overseas under the name Boxy Boy. It has no direct relation to the TurboGrafx-16 game known as Boxyboy, which is known in Japan as Soukoban World.