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This is a 40-stage Sokoban-inspired path making game where you must push colored boxes onto the stars of the same colors.

  • Select the boxes to move them in the direction of the arrows on their surface.
  • Use the boxes to move toward the stars and to push other boxes.
  • Take advantage of warps, direction switchers, and paint squares to adjust your boxes and help you complete each level.





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Pusshu-Ya Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions

How to Play

Select which boxes you would like to move and move them in the correct order so that they push each other and take advantage of level features which allow you to place each colored box on a star of the same color.

  • Starting the Game
    • Select the play button in the center of the welcome screen to bring up the level select screen.
      • Levels are unlocked sequentially.
      • Your web browser automatically saves your game progress.
    • The welcome screen has a sound control button in the upper right corner.
  • Game Controls
    • Desktop
      • Use your mouse left click button to select a box to move it in the direction of the arrow on top of it.
    • Touchscreen devices
      • Tap a box on the screen with a finger to move it.
    • Controls & indicators
      • The upper left corner of the screen shows your current level number.
      • The upper right corner of the screen has buttons for restarting the current level, going back to the welcome screen, and controlling game sound.
      • The level select screen and game welcome screen show how many levels you have unlocked.
  • Game Play
    • Basics
      • The goal of the game is to get each colored square onto a square with a star of the same color on it.
      • Movement
        • Each box moves one square at a time in the direction of the arrow on its face.
        • Some levels have warps in them & arrows which change the direction of a box inside them, but the playing field does not wrap.
          • You can’t move a square at the bottom to the top unless it is facing upward.
          • When a square is in a corner it can not be moved unless the arrow on its face is pointing out toward the rest of the board.
      • Pushing
        • You can use boxes to push other boxes, though you can only push one additional box at a time.
        • If there is a stack of 2 consecutive boxes you can’t push that stack with a third box.
    • Features
      • In addition to boxes moving around the level & being able to push each other this game has many other unique features.
      • Gray arrows – change the direction one of your boxes moves when it runs over the gray arrow.
        • When the gray arrow is used it is used up and can not be used again on any other boxes.
        • A single box can go over multiple different gray arrows, changing direction each time a gray arrow lends a new direction to it.
      • Warps – some levels have warps in them where you go in one warp and out the other.
        • Any box can go through a warp.
        • You retain your movement arrow orientation when you go through a warp box.
        • Either warp box can serve as the inlet or outlet.
        • You can’t move onto a warp box unless the other warp box is empty.
        • On some levels you can (and must) go through a warp box in one direction, get a gray arrow direction switcher, then go back through the warp box in the other direction.
      • Colored boxes
        • Colored boxes move one square at a time in whichever direction the arrow on their face points.
        • You can also use colored boxes to push other colored boxes.
      • Black boxes
        • Black boxes operate similar to the other colored boxes you use, except they do not need to be placed on a destination square and can not absorb colors.
      • Colored squares
        • Some levels have colored squares on them.
        • When you move a colored box over a colored square it takes the color of that square.
        • You can look at the colors of the stars on the board to know which square you’ll need to change the color of.
      • Colored stars
        • The colored stars indicate where the colored boxes must be placed.
        • Each box must be placed on a star of the same color.
        • When you get a box on a colored star you can still move it again if you need to, provided you have a way to get the box back onto the star again.
    • Levels
      • This game has 40 levels which are unlocked sequentially.
        • You can go back and replay previously beat levels at any time.
      • Winning vs losing
        • You win by getting all colored boxes onto the star squares, with each box being on a square containing a star of the same color.
        • If you move the boxes in the wrong order it may be impossible to beat the level, requiring you to restart it.
    • Strategy
      • Pay special attention to the interplay between boxes. How can box x move box y.
      • In some cases you may need two boxes to push each other in different directions based on running over arrows on the board or after one box passes through a warp.
      • If you get stuck try to work backward figuring out which direction you need to approach a star from.
      • The gray arrows on the board can offer clues, though you are not required to use all black boxes and arrows on the board on every level.
      • A tutorial video below offers level-by-level play advice.
  • Target Audience
    • The game is suited for players who like Sokoban-inspired logic puzzle games.
    • The game has no adult themed content.

Level by Level Walkthrough & Gameplay Tutorial Video

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Free Online Pusshu-Ya Video Game for Children & Adults Screenshots

Pusshu Ya Game Welcome Screen Screenshot.
Pusshu Ya Game Level Select Screen Screenshot.
Pusshu Ya Game Screenshot.
Pusshu Ya Game Warp Level Screenshot.
Pusshu Ya Game Arrows Level Screenshot.
Pusshu Ya Game Color Changing Box Level Screenshot.
Pusshu Ya Game Black Square Level Screenshot.
Pusshu Ya Game Final Level Screenshot.
Pusshu Ya Game Over Screen Screenshot.

Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support

This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.

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