- #: 26280
- Price: $0.99 In Apple Store
- Category: Games
- Updated: 2010-06-10
- Current Version: 1.0
- Size: 4.90 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Shengli Zhou
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later
- © 2010 Ronin Software, LLC
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Warehouse 51 is a puzzle game for your iPhone and iPod Touch.You've been enlisted at a secret military base, doing odd jobs in a mysterious warehouse, with just your wits and an old, smoke-belching bulldozer.FEATURES- Hi-res graphics coming in…..
Rated 5/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
like Sokoban, but with new kinds of puzzles
Its like Sokoban, but they have added all these different types of crates that make for new kinds of puzzles. Some crates will keep sliding when pushed, some crates attach magnetically to you until you can scrape them off, some crates can control other crates. Its really good. Great puzzler. Has a level editor (which I havent tried yet). It has 'undo' which is a feature I love in puzzle games (I hate having to completely start a level over if I make a mistake.) It has some extra in-app-purchasable levels, but you get plenty of levels to start with, so it seems fair. Good game, Im having fun with it!
Great fun - from easy to diabolic!!!!
I love it! Ice crates, alien crates, ghost crates and magnetic crates make this creatively more fun than similar games. The graphics are great - loved the smoke. Alpha levels are a good intro but Bravo levels are where the fun really begins. I also bought the level editor and am having great fun designing my own levels.
Nicely executed puzzle game
If you enjoy puzzles where tactics rather than time are the objective, then you will definitely enjoy this one. The objective is to push crates around towards a target without getting them stuck next to a wall (you can only push, not pull). This game comes with nice twists on the original game play, with blocks sometimes moving "on their own" for extra challenge. There is even a level editor if you care to purchase it. Overall, I recommend it.
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