It's a pretty good and pretty simple Sokoban game, so it loses a bit for originality. However, the one thing that bugs me is that you have to individually push the keys every time you want to move to another space, even when moving in a straight line, which makes the gameplay more jumpy than fluid. Might just be a personal taste thing for me, as it kind of works with the precision yo want for the game, but it also just slows the game down unnecessarily.
I guess this was just okay. I really was turned off by how there was no sound or music. It wasn't until Level 3 that it got really hard. I guess I just suck at puzzle games. This was still pretty interesting. These games always trick me with how hard they get.
The layout is very simple. I've never played Sokoban before. I've never even heard of it! You think you know your games. Anyway, this was at least good for fans of the game.
Gotta say that I'm just not very impressed with the game. Doesn't help that you managed to misspell "you" in the description, or that you play with arrow keys but have to use mouse to get to the level for what seems to be absolutely no reason at all other than poor design.