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Question 1: [4] This is the method used by Rolling Stone, a Sokoban solver developed by the ________ GAMES Group.
Queen's UniversityUniversity of AlbertaMcGill UniversityUniversity of Toronto

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  Level 22, Sokoban Perfect, DOS (1995 Chinese version of the 1989 Japanese version).
  Level 1, Soko-Ban from 1988, DOS.
  Sokoban Deluxe for Namco System 1, 1990
  Level 1, Sokoban 2 from 1984, FM-7.

Question 3:
Sokoban, BioShock and StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty are all:
NEC PC-6001 games Linux games Free, open source puzzle games Mac OS X games

Question 4:
Sokoban, Guitar Hero and Call of Duty: World at War are all:
PSPACE-complete problems ZX Spectrum games Windows Mobile Professional games FM-7 games

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  Level 22, Sokoban Perfect from 1989, NEC PC-9801.
  Sokoban Deluxe for Namco System 1, 1990
  Level 1, Soko-Ban from 1988, DOS.
  Sokoban Deluxe for Namco System 1, 1990

Question 6: Sokoban was created in 1980 by Hiroyuki Imabayashi, and was published in 1982 by Thinking Rabbit, a software house based in Takarazuka, ________.
CanadaJapanUnited KingdomCambodia

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  Level 1, Soko-Ban from 1988, DOS.
  Level 22, Sokoban Perfect, DOS (1995 Chinese version of the 1989 Japanese version).
  Sokoban Deluxe for Namco System 1, 1990
  Level 1, Sokoban Revenge, DOS (1995 Chinese version of the 1991 Japanese version).

Question 8:
Sokoban, Pac-Man and Tetris are all:
NEC PC-9801 games Linux games GP2X games NEC PC-8801 games

Question 9: Versions also exist for several hand held and video game consoles, mobile phones, ________, and Canon PowerShot digital cameras.
NetbookScientific calculatorGraphing calculatorProgrammable calculator

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Level 1, Sokoban Revenge from 1991, NEC PC-9801.
  Level 22, Sokoban Perfect, DOS (1995 Chinese version of the 1989 Japanese version).
  Level 1, Sokoban from 1982, PC-8801.
  Level 1, Sokoban 2 from 1984, FM-7.
















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