Enhanced version of Broderbund's game classics. Move up 150 original and 10 new levels. Collect lodestones. Dig holes to trap your enemies. Use Level Editor to create new levels or modify the existing ones. Be creative. Get that retro feeling.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
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Description: Lode Runner takes you back to the golden era of innovative game concepts. Originally developed by Broderbund, the game was one of the first to fuse arcade with puzzle elements. It has been on the market for over two decades already, which is amazing even for real life things, let alone the fast changing computer industry.
The game idea is simple: With your nimble and valiant hero you collect treasures, dig traps for enemies (a.k.a Bungelings) that are trying to hunt you down and move up the screen to get to the next level. Levels become progressively more difficult and enemies turn more aggressive to keep you excited.
Lode Runner by ZX Games features enhanced functionality and redeveloped graphics. The true spirit is left intact. Ready to take the challenge?
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