Sokoban Deluxe (倉庫番 デラックス Sōkoban Derakkusu?) is a puzzle arcade game developed and released by Namco in 1990 for Japan only; it runs on Namco System 1 arcade hardware, and is based on the Sokoban video game series by Thinking Rabbit; and additionally, the only game in the series to be released in arcades. The game was released in Europe as "Boxy Boy"; and has no relation to the Turbografx-16 game of the same name.


The player controls the character "Rabi-Kun" (ラビくん?), and must push various crates over the yellow dots in order to complete the game's fifty-five stages (divided into five "worlds") in that stage's time limit. Rabi-Kun can only push the crates, and he cannot pull them; and should one of the crates reach an unmoveable position, the player may simply push the "reverse" button to undo one of the player's moves. Should Rabi-Kun be trapped in an area and cannot get out, the player must push the "reset" button on the control panel, however this will not reset the timer; and should that timer reach zero, the game will be immediately be over.

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