Play this: ‘Corrypt’ is a fiendishly difficult box-pushing game with a twist


Corrypt is an award-winning puzzle game from Michael Brough, the prolific indie dev behind the highly-regarded Vertex Dispenser and Glitch Tank. Released late last year, it’s a fresh take on the box-pushing Sokoban genre. Decked out with old-school graphics, Corrypt has you moving boxes in order to collect mushrooms, help out the local residents, and advance through a colorful dungeon.

The twist is that boxes you’re trying to move stick to you — whether you’re moving away from or towards them — which is occasionally handy, but most of the time incredibly frustrating. The only way to let go of a box is to move sideways, and it’s this element that makes the puzzles very difficult and will keep you coming back for more. Corrypt is…

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