Remakes of Lode Runner, Boulder Dash,
Puzznic and Exolon

Original levels,
improved gameplay and usability
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Lode Runner

Episode II: Bungeling Away

If you are through with all the 75 levels of Episode I: Classicwards take the next challenge. This second episode of Lode Runner series by ZX Games features a different and much tougher set of 75 levels, which were designed by Douglas Smith and unknown kids in the distant 1983.

The levels get progressively more difficult and are advantageous only to the angry Bungelings controlled by the AI as mean as ever. You are all alone to struggle against the 1983 brains, beat it to the end and, well, maybe relive the levels you have already completed or even tailor them to your taste by using the in-built level editor.

There is also the quick save & load feature to rest your weary fingers upon and prevent you from the collapse should the game get too zesty. Finite lives are an atavism, so there aren’t any.

Smooth control engine is a no-annoy factor. Full-screen and window modes add up to the convenience.

You can also take a look at the Lode Runner Manual.

  1.3 MB  Download free trial version of Lode Runner. Episode II: Bungeling Away Buy full version of Lode Runner. Episode II: Bungeling Away  $995  

The first 5 levels are available in the free trial version.

How can I get a discount?

You can buy all three episodes for $2485
(you save $5).

See also:
  — Lode Runner Episode I: Classicwards
  — Lode Runner Episode III: Die Hard Levels
  — Lode Runner Manual
  — E! True ZX Games Story: Lode Runner (article)
  — Lode Runner on ZX Games Forum

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Mark J. Johnson

I love you guys :-*. My brother and I were/are LR junkies playing for hours and hours (and that was, yes, 1983 on my Apple IIC and his Commodore). I had all the versions and knock-offs. Then I got the newer version from Brøderbund. Then XP ended that. Every once in a while I would look online hoping against hope... then I found you about a month ago. And all is well in the world again. I am truly grateful to you for resurrecting the game.”

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