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Box artwork for Sokoban 2.
Sokoban 2
Developer(s)Thinking Rabbit
Publisher(s)ASCII Entertainment, Spectrum Holobyte
Year released1984
System(s)Apple II, Commodore 64/128, Game Boy, DOS, NEC PC-9801
Preceded bySokoban
Followed bySokoban Toolkit
Japanese title倉庫番2
ModesSingle player
LinksSokoban 2 ChannelSearchSearch

This page reflects every version of the game whose title is Sokoban 2, as well as Spectrum Holobyte's western conversion of the game entitled Soko-ban. Spectrum's conversions of the game for the Apple II, Commodore 64, and IBM-PC version are based on Thinking Rabbit's upgraded Sokoban 2, which was released in 1984. However, the Spectrum versions were published in the late 80s, and contain 50 "original" levels.

Sokoban 2 also refers to the sequel to the original Game Boy version of Sokoban, published by Pony Canyon. Like its predecessor, it is less related to the original release of Sokoban 2 for Japanese PCs, and more related to the follow up to Sokoban 2 known as Sokoban Perfect. This game was released in the United States as Boxxle II by FCI, as the official sequel to the original Boxxle.

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