Remakes of Lode Runner, Boulder Dash,
Puzznic and Exolon

Original levels,
improved gameplay and usability
 
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Boulder Dash

The Boulder Dash series by ZX Games presents four episodes:

Boulder Dash. Episode I: Dig The Past

Episode I: Dig The Past

  — 32 caves copied from the very original “Boulder Dash I” and “Boulder Dash III” games,
  —3 difficulty levels,
  — 4 different background music themes.

  12 MB  Download free trial version of Boulder Dash. Episode I: Dig The Past  $995  

You can buy all four episodes for $3380
(you save $6).

Boulder Dash. Episode II: Jive-n-Cave

Episode II: Jive-n-Cave

  — 32 caves copied from the very original “Boulder Dash IV” and “Boulder Dash V” games,
  — 3 difficulty levels,
  — 4 different background music themes (different even from the previous episode),
  — color palettes varying from level to level.

  14 MB  Download free trial version of Boulder Dash. Episode II: Jive-n-Cave  $995  
Boulder Dash. Episode III: Final Blast

Episode III: Final Blast

  — 32 caves copied from the very original “Boulder Dash VI” and “Boulder Dash VII” games,
  — all features of Episode II: Jive-n-Cave.

  24 MB  Download free trial version of Boulder Dash. Episode III: Final Blast  $995  
Boulder Dash. Episode IV: Rockford Returns

Episode IV: Rockford Returns

For most enduring Boulder Dash fans:
  — yet another 32 caves we dug out for you from dark and secret places,
  — new background music from Nathan Madsen.

  17 MB  Download free trial version of Boulder Dash. Episode IV: Rockford Returns  $995  

The episodes are independent from each other. However we recommend you to start with Episode I: Dig The Past, to get your feet wet in the basic havoc of fireflies, butterflies, the amoeba and magic walls (see Boulder Dash Tips & Tricks).

Each episode features 32 caves Г— 3 difficulty levels = 96 different caves to tackle.

“ZX Games did some excellent work in creating this great Boulderdash game. With its totally renewed environment it has become a game to modern standards, yet it still catches the wonderful classic atmosphere of the very first Boulder Dash. This release now has become one of my most favourite Boulderdash games of all!”

Martijn (Martijn’s Boulder Dash Fan Site)

“Today’s people, with their “strategies” and “3D-shooters” can’t even imagine what it was. For Those Who Remember, as well as for Those Who Want to Feel what it was — today’s Boulder Dash, with cognate pictures and sounds redone for large colorful screens and rich sounds.”

Boulder Dash. Hello from the Past. (review at 3d2f.com)

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