If you're the kind of person who loves pushing boxes across a floor to fill spaces then you'll have a ball playing this game. Tom Chan's Palm Microban is a clone of the Sokoban, the frustrating old classic where you need to shift cubes around a walled maze.
As in any Sokoban game, your goal is to put a number of boxes in the holes available in each of the 27 levels. The graphics are very primitive but the gameplay is addictive enough to keep you nipping off to "the toilet" at work to try and suss out how to get a block around a corner.
Tom Chan's creation comes with a number of neat features to make the gaming experience more enjoyable, including colour customisation, five-way navigation keys and configurable buttons.
Although it's not much to look at, Palm Microban is a challenging and engrossing Sokoban clone.