CyberBox

Try to escape the room with a minimum of moves. To do this, handle the different types of boxes that you will encounter. The types of boxes are as follows:
Sliders: These boxes can be pushed in the directions shown.
Pushers: These boxes cannot be manipulated, but exert constant pressure in the direction they point.
Zappers: These boxes cannot be manipulated, but you can cross them in the direction shown.
Pullers: These boxes are pulled in the directions shown.
Selectors: These boxes can only be moved by other boxes. You can go through some, others not
There are also walls. They were called Blockers in the original CyberBox. But who wants to push a wall?
The exit is at the middle top of the room. It blinks. I tried my best but the owner refuses to change the neon light. Click here to play CyberBox CyberBox is a game created by Doug Beeferman in 1991. But it's by Ed Collins that I discovered this game. Ed fell in love with the first version and improved it by creating "The Continuing Adventures of CyberBox". This game was running under DOS and was going to disappear. So I created a new version playable online in javascript.

Since the first version, different levels have been added, here are the authors.
Originals 15 roomsDoug Beeferman
Continued adventure of Cyberbox volume 1Ed Collins
Continued adventure of Cyberbox volume 2Ed Collins
Continued adventure of Cyberbox volume 3Ed Collins
Continued adventure of Cyberbox volume 4Ed Collins
A tribute to SokobanMichael B. McKee
Various authors vol 1Edward D. Collins, Petr Simon, Doug Beeferman, Bill Collins
Bill Collins's rooms vol 1Bill Collins
Various authors vol 2Petr Simon, Kyle Wightman, Dave Dethlefs, Tropus Manol
Kyle Wightman's rooms vol 1Kyle Wightman
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