Pepe Porcupine hates his job. He works the night shift in a warehouse. Each night he gets instructions about where the crates should go. Then he just has to push them into place. Sounds easy, right?
The style of the puzzles in Pepe Porcupine originates from a Japanese game called Sokoban. Sokoban means warehouse keeper in Japanese. Sokoban is a type of transport puzzle, in which the player pushes boxes or crates around in a warehouse, trying to get them to storage locations. The game is played on a board of squares, where each square is a floor or a wall. Some floor squares contain boxes, and some floor squares are marked as storage locations.
The player is confined to the board, and may move horizontally or vertically onto empty squares (never through walls or boxes). The player can also move into a box, which pushes it into the square beyond. Boxes may not be pushed into other boxes or walls, and they cannot be pulled. The puzzle is solved when all boxes are at the storage locations.
Join Pepe as he works through 254 crazy block pushing puzzles. They can be much more challenging than you might imagine!
Source: The Game Website.