[PlayStation 5] Sokocat - Combo Review
Sokocat – Combo from QUByte and Moraes Game Studio brings us two minimalist puzzle games in one digital package. Learn more in our Sokocat – Combo review!
Sokocat – Combo from QUByte and Moraes Game Studio brings us two minimalist puzzle games in one digital package. The two games are Sokocat Dungeon and Sokocat Islands. Sokocat Dungeon has you completing puzzles as you help Kitten Joe collect the hidden artifacts in the castle he’s exploring. Sokocat Islands is set in a colorful tropical location, which does give more of a chill and relaxing vibe to the experience. Between the two games, there are 100 levels for you to complete. The games – and the collection – get their name from the Sokoban game genre in which you need to push a bunch of blocks to solve a puzzle.
The controls for both games are the same since you’ll be moving Kitten Joe around the screen with the left analog stick or the D-Pad as you push boxes around to activate the colored energy beacons to open up the path towards the next stage. You’ll also have to activate some switches here and there as well as open up treasure chests to collect the treasure in Sokocat Dungeon. If you’re ever stuck and can’t find how to solve a stage, you can always press the Triangle button to have a ghost cat appear, which will show you all the steps needed to clear the level. For Sokocat Dungeon, you’ll also gain access to a boomerang you can use with the right analog stick to activate switches.
Sokocat – Combo has a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy to add to your collection. The list includes 14 Bronze trophies, 7 Silver trophies, and 7 Gold trophies. Several of the trophies will unlock once you’ve completed all levels in Sokocat Island and Sokocat Dungeon, and they will pop as you progress through each game. There are a handful of trophies that unlock for restarting an island ten times in Sokocat Island, throwing a box into the ocean, as well as for using a couple of tools. The rest of the trophies unlock when you collect the treasure on specific levels.
Sokocat – Combo offers a pair of minimalist puzzle games of the box-pushing variety, with one taking place in a set of colorful islands and the other one taking you on a dungeon-crawling journey as you go treasure hunting. It’s a chill collection with 100 puzzles to solve, offering around 3-4 hours of content. Sokocat – Combo is available on PlayStation 4 at a low price of only $3.99.
This Sokocat – Combo review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by QUByte.