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ArtbegottiDo you like your Sokoban hard? Good, because nabokOS.exe by Giorgio Malrone is tougher than scraping gum off your shoe. Like a reverse version of the classic puzzle, served up by a program that seems to want you to fail in anguish, you don't push the blocks to their destinations, but they'll stick to you, and you pull them along instead using the [arrow] keys. And once they stick to you, you'll have to scrape these blocks away to get them off of you!

nakobOS.exeWhile the sticky can get pretty tricky, there's one extra move that might help. When you press up against an immovable block and move into it, you'll obviously stay put, but any blocks stuck to you that can move will move. This scrape/push mechanic is the key to tackling the high-difficulty puzzles in this Puzzlescript-designed game. Can you scrape by and solve all the diabolically twisted challenges nabokOS.exe has to offer? How much harder can the program make the game before it self-destructs? Also, do you have any tips for getting gum off of shoes? Seriously, I can't walk on tile floors anymore without leaving pink quarter-sized tracks.

Play nabokOS.exe


yep, it's hard. :D

When I first read the name of the game I wondered how on earth did anyone manage to put Nabokov in PuzzleScript.

oh, and there's a (very understandable) typo in the big button leading to the game itself: it says "nakobOS" instead of "nabokOS".

Thanks for the find!


My software blocks the site saying its a known malicious website.... just a heads up

bearharry March 25, 2014 11:32 AM

STUCK in level 3......

gmalvone96 March 28, 2014 11:24 AM

Thanks for taking a look at my game! I'm glad you enjoyed it.


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