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"...Puzzle enthusiasts of all ages will enjoy this challenging game."
"...we loved CyberBox!..."
"...Thank you very much for your splendid CyberBox game...
liked the well-thought-out
Congrats on putting a solid game together..."
"One of the most original-- but sadly unknown-- puzzlers ever made, freeware or otherwise, The Continuing Adventures of CyberBox is a great Sokoban variant that is very innovative and ingenious. Based on 1991's CyberBox, Edward Collins' version is a far superior and much more addictive than the original."
been selling copies of my
I've decided to
end the madness and now offer the deluxe version
What is CyberBox?
Continuing Adventures of CyberBox
Your mission is to escape from each of the 15 rooms presented in each volume in as few moves as possible. You'll accomplish this by correctly utilizing and manipulating the various types of boxes placed throughout the maze. The boxes could be Pushers, Zappers, Movers, Pullers, or Selectors and as the names suggest, they move in very specific ways.
The puzzles may be solved consecutively or you may jump from room to room. The program keeps track of which rooms have been solved and the number of moves it took to solve each one.
A number of handy features include Instant Replay which plays back all of your moves, a Retry option which starts you over from the beginning of the room, a Take Back option to take back a move, and a Save Your Current Position option, to easily return to a previously saved position.
features let your set game colors,
A room editor is included if you wish to create your own puzzle!
latest version (7.61) of
It is "zipped up" and will
If you don't have an
After downloading the file, simply create a directory (folder) anywhere
Alas, CyberBox program was written almost 18+ years ago!
1) Download my
CyberBox puzzle game.
Run the DOSBox program. Type
<desired drive letter> <cyberbox path>
Assume you've already downloaded and installed DOSBox.
Run this program. You'll see the familiar DOS cursor.
Further assume you've already downloaded and unzipped my CyberBox game in a folder called c:\games\cyberbox.
This will emulate
the DOS system on a semi-virtual "x" drive with all of the files that
are in your c:\games\cyberbox
|Here's a small list of some
of the comments
I've received from others who
have enjoyed CyberBox over the
past few years.
|For those of you that already
have a copy, feel free to browse
my revisions page for a
list of the recent changes and
updates I've made since the
version you may have.
|Here is the documentation file,
presented for the first time in HTML format.
|Here's a chart showing the
and differences from Doug's 1991
list of each of the existing rooms
and the known shortest known
number of moves
it takes to solve each puzzle.
|You had to guess I'd have
a few screenshots!
The story of how I
came to write
The Continuing Adventures
|Here's a zipped up copy of
Doug Beeferman's 1992 sequel - CyberBox II
the game I didn't care for.
|In 1996 I began corresponding via e-mail with
Simon, a young man from the Czech Republic. Petr also enjoyed
CyberBox enough to write his own version!
Here it is, available
for the first time!
In 1999, ZDNet listed CyberBox in their list of the
100 most popular freeware games from their site! Whoo hoo!
(This site was last updated September 28, 2016)