Dig through caves with your brave prospector. Search for diamonds. Avoid butterflies, fireflies and the amoeba. Improved graphics and usability let you get the best of the original game by First Star Software.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
Description: Originally published in 1984 by First Star Software, Boulder Dash enjoyed huge popularity and was one of the very few computer games to be ported from home computers to arcade machines (contrary to the other way around).
You control the game's brave prospector (a.k.a Rockford) to dig through dark and dangerous caves. Collect gems and diamonds. Avoid vile creatures like butterflies, fireflies and the sly amoeba. Beware of the falling rocks. The game demands that you have strong logic, decent reaction skills and a wish to waste some time enjoying this retro.
- Original levels
- Preserved sounds of the game's first release
- Smooth controls: the character never gets stuck or jammed
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