Freeware Boulder Dash Clones - Windows

Introduction


This is the freeware Windows section. Here you can find freeware Boulderdash games that run in Microsoft Windows (an Operating System).

Windows Games


Below are the Windows games. Download them and enjoy!

Game name: Anakin's Boulder Dash v1.0.0
Author/publisher: Anakin77
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: Disappeared
Platforms: Windows
A simple Czech Boulderdash clone with the same objects as in the original Boulder Dash. It has been created in the game creating program Game Maker. It is not possible to 'snap' diamonds or sand beside you. To save your game, press [F5] and to load it again, press [F6] when the game is running.




Game name: Anakin's Boulder Dash v2.0.0
Author/publisher: Anakin77
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: Disappeared
Platforms: Windows
The sequel to Anakin's Boulder Dash (see above) with many more options: snapping (by pressing [Shift] + an arrow key), free-look mode (by pressing [Control] + an arrow key), time limit, bigger game sprites and new levels in three different levels (easy, medium, hard).




Game name: ANTS! 
Author/publisher: Patrick Karpiczenko
Year of publishing: 2001
Homepage: http://www.karpi.ch/fun/
Platforms: Windows
A cute little Boulderdash clone about a mother ant who has to rescue her babies inside an ant-hill. At least, I guess that the main character is the mother and the little ants at the end of each level are her infants. The queer thing of this game is, that you don't need to collect the diamonds in order to finish the level and that piles of boulders don't collapse. 


Game name: BD4 v4.10
Author/publisher: Paul Williams
Year of publishing: 1997
Homepage: http://bd4.amristar.com.au/
Platforms: BeOS, Java, Unix, Windows
BD4 is an Emerald Mine clone with its original graphics, only a bit smaller. The levels always fit to the screen, so you can't play this game in scrolling mode. The game is internet-based and it can be played with other players. With the game, there comes a level editor.



Game name: BDx
Author/publisher: Unknown
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: Windows
An unfinished Boulderdash clone with graphics from the original Boulder Dash. If you know more about this game, please contact me.





Game name: BecherFlask v2.0
Author/publisher: No Old Soft
Year of publishing: 2000
Homepage: http://www.nooldsoft.org/index.php?section=games
Platforms: Windows
A simple Boulderdash clone in which you have to collect bottles of the well-known Czech Becherovka bitter. In the main menu you can select different difficulties. The background music is gay, but the sounds are of a rather poor quality. The game is Czech.



Game name: Bee Dee Dash!
Author/publisher: Cat's Eye Games
Year of publishing: 2004
Homepage: Disappeared
Platforms: Windows
An accurate clone with the same levels as the original but with better graphics and sounds. The menu song is a remix of the original tune by David Filskov. There is also a separate level editor to create your own levels!




Game name: Blainiac
Author/publisher: Blain Rinehart
Year of publishing: 2005
Homepage: http://blainiac.fileave.com/
Platforms: Windows
Inspired by the game 'Blitz Boulders', Blainiac maybe even exceeds it. It has a nice gameplay with nice sounds and music. The main character is a guy with a helmet and the dirt is blue instead of brown in this clone. 




Game name: Blitz Boulders
Author/publisher: Geoff Storey
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: Windows
A good Boulderdash clone that resembles Rocks 'n' Diamonds (in some respects, for Rocks 'n' Diamonds is much more comprehensive). The levels can be played in any order if you wish to and the game speed is adjustable. There seems to be a level editor out there, but I haven't found it yet.



Game name: Boulder Croc '98
Author/publisher: GAU Patrice
Year of publishing: 1998
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: Windows
A fast clone with scrolling levels and simple non-animated graphics. The objects do not roll. Source code available. Unfortunately I cannot start this game but you could try it. Just download the game and see if it works!




Game name: Boulder Dash
Author/publisher: Mascot Entertainment
Year of publishing: 2002
Homepage: http://www.mascot.hu/projects/recent/boulder/index.html
Platforms: Windows
This is absolutely one of the most accurate clones of Boulder Dash, containing the original sounds, graphics, levels and title screen. The gameplay is smooth but in the style of the original. You can make your own levels with the integrated level editor.



Game name: Boulder Dash
Author/publisher: SM (Silvio Mummert)
Year of publishing: 2005
Homepage: http://www.mascot.hu/projects/recent/boulder/index.html
Platforms: Windows
Another Boulder Dash clone with quite a similar gameplay to the original. It includes a level editor. See the Instructions file which goes along with the game (once it has been installed on your PC) to see which keys you need to use. For a very similar game, have a look at the game 'Digger for .NET' by Brian Long (see below).



Game name: Boulder Dash v1.67
Author/publisher: IgorBIK
Year of publishing: 2000
Homepage: http://igorbik.by.ru/prog2.html
Platforms: Windows
A cheerful Russian clone featuring a kind of orange with a face, arms and legs. The sounds are also nice. New levels can be created with a level editor (also in Russian) that comes with the game. There are actually two versions of this game: the old version (v1.5), which is windowed and has other graphics (such as purple dirt) and the new version (v1.67) which is fullscreen and has other graphics (green dirt for example) and different levels plus the original Boulder Dash levels, which the old version does not have. Download the old version (v1.5) here.


Game name: Boulder Dash C64/ZX/1994/2004
Author/publisher: Unknown
Year of publishing: 2003, 2004
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: MS DOS, Unix, Windows
An open source clone with the original Commodore 64 levels. You can switch between Spectrum, Commodore 64 or new graphics. 





Game name: Boulder Dash Project
Author/publisher: Unknown
Year of publishing: 2002
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: Windows
An educational game, written in Visual Basic 6.0. It includes the source code. Line up letter blocks to spell a particular word. You can also collect diamonds and drop boulders.




Game name: Boulder Dash Reload v0.15
Author/publisher: Unknown
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: http://oldek.webpark.pl/
Platforms: Windows
A very strange Polish clone with very simple graphics. The game is windowed and comes with a level editor.





Game name: Boulder Man
Author/publisher: Aley's Software
Year of publishing: 1998
Homepage: http://www.keprt.cz/progs/
Platforms: Windows
A nice two player Boulderdash game with splitscreen.






Game name: Boulder Remake v2.1
Author/publisher: Marcin Liwak
Year of publishing: 2004
Homepage: http://home.deds.nl/~bremake/
Platforms: Windows
A great clone with the same levels as the original Boulder Dash, but with improved graphics and more fluent behaviour. The original Boulder Dash song is in MIDI format. You can choose to play the game in English or Polish. A level editor is included.

Go to the special Boulder Remake page!


Game name: Boulder Rush v0.1.0.9084
Author/publisher: Miksoft / Michael Kowalski
Year of publishing: 1998
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: Windows
A very accurate clone of the old Boulder Dash for Atari, with the original music, graphics and 8bit sounds. You can adjust the speed, record the game and make your own levels with the Cave Editor (Level Editor).




Game name: Boulderdash
Author/publisher: Kjetil Nss
Year of publishing: 2005
Homepage: http://home.online.no/~kjetnaes/boulderdash.html
Platforms: Topfield, Windows
A simplistic Boulder Dash clone without scrolling and sounds but with the same levels and the same kind of graphics. As there is no Topfield page, download the Topfield version here.




Game name: Boulderdash (Miba)
Author/publisher: Unknown
Year of publishing: 1996
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: Windows
A small Boulderdash game, written in the Game developing tool 'Game Maker',  with non-animated graphics from DX Boulderdash. The levels have to be solved in a given amount of time. Press F4 for the fullscreen mode.




Game name: Boulder-Fiep v1.05
Author/publisher: Alexander Csadek
Year of publishing: 2000
Homepage: Disappeared
Platforms: Windows
A simple Boulderdash clone for DirectX with non-fluent scrolling and simple graphics. You have to guide an eagle through caves and collect the required amount of diamonds in order to leave the level through the exit. The levels are the same as the original Boulder Dash levels.



Game name: Cave Chaos v2.2.1
Author/publisher: Spam&Cheese
Year of publishing: 2002
Homepage: http://www.aukh18.dsl.pipex.com/cavechaos.htm
Platforms: Windows
In Cave Chaos, you have to collect jewels and deposit them in the whirlpools. It is a very unique Boulderdash game with e.g. rocks that can be pushed through the sand. There are no sounds, but the game has background music. The speed and the level difficulty can be adjusted in the main menu. And you can create your own levels iwth the Construction Kit. Download extra Chave Chaos levels here. Copy them (unpacked) into the leveldata\edit folder of the Cave Chaos directory.


Game name: Cave Chaos 2 v1.3.1
Author/publisher: Spam&Cheese
Year of publishing: 2003
Homepage: http://www.aukh18.dsl.pipex.com/cavechaos2.htm
Platforms: Windows
The sequel to Cave Chaos, this time with over 36 new sprites, 120 extra levels, 1-4 player support, Redesigned engine for bug eradication and faster performance, more level graphics and with sound effects. Download extra Cave Chaos 2 levels here. Copy them (unpacked) into the leveldata\compiled folder of the Cave Chaos 2 directory.


Game name: Cave Chaos v3.0
Author/publisher: Spam&Cheese
Year of publishing: 2005
Homepage: http://www.aukh18.dsl.pipex.com/cavechaos3.htm
Platforms: Windows
The third and last version of the Cave Chaos series with some new features. Download extra Cave Chaos 3 levels here. Copy them (unpacked) into the leveldata\compiled folder of the Cave Chaos directory.




Game name: Citi Mining
Author/publisher: BBDO Interactive
Year of publishing: 1999
Homepage: Disappeared
Platforms: Windows
A great German Boulderdash clone with jolly sounds and music. It was designed by the Citibank in Germany. There are four episodes (Im Eis, Klondike, New York, Mars), each consisting of fifteen levels, plus some Tutorial levels. Create your own levels with the level editor. Because the game is in German, here are the instructions for the level editor: Once you have opened the level editor, you can select tiles by pressing the right mouse button on the game field. To show all objects from an episode, press the tab key. To save your level, go to the 'Spiel' menu and click 'Level abspeichern'.


Game name: Crystal Cave Christmass Treasure
Author/publisher: 300AD.com
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: http://www.300ad.com/crystal_cave_christmass_treasure.php
Platforms: Mac OS X, Windows
Crystal Cave Christmass (with 'Christmass' instead of 'Christmas') Treasure is a freeware version of the commercial game Crystal Cave Gold. This time with Santa Claus as the main character and with snow, snowman-heads etc. The game contains 26 levels and ten training levels (from Crystal Cave Gold).



Game name: Diam Diam
Author/publisher: Cpt-ouais
Year of publishing: 2003
Homepage: Disappeared
Platforms: Windows
Diam Diam is a French clone with a very cheerful atmosphere. It was written for a game programming competition and it has won the second prize. The graphics, sounds and music are really nice. A level editor is also included. Go to Diam Diam's own page!



Game name: Digger for .NET
Author/publisher: Brian Long
Year of publishing: 2002
Homepage: http://www.blong.com/
Platforms: Windows
A small Digger clone, intended as an example to show what can be done with Delpi for .NET. To run this game, the .NET Framework 1.1 needs te be installed on your PC.




Game name: Digger-Jones in Boulderland
Author/publisher: Digger-Jones
Year of publishing: 2003
Homepage: http://diggerjones.sourceforge.net/
Platforms: Unix, Windows
An auspicious German Boulderdash clone for Linux and Windows. The game is still in development and there is no download available yet.





Game name: DiNGS-Dash
Author/publisher: Unknown
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: Windows
A sample game for DINGS Game Basic. Includes a source code. Please contact me if you know more about this game.





Game name: DX-Boulderdash v0.43 alpha (later called 'DX Diggem')
Author/publisher: Stephan Verheyen
Year of publishing: 1999
Homepage: http://www.steffest.com/dxboulder/
Platforms: Windows
DX Boulderdash is a great PC remake of the games Boulder Dash and Emerald Mine, which were both for the Amiga. The graphics, sounds and levels are the same as in the Amiga version. The game looks really good. Unfortunately, the game development has stopped, but the game is still very playable. There is a newer version, called 'DX-Diggem' (due to legal action by First Star Software), which you can download from the special DX-Boulderdash page. Download a level editor here. Go to DX-Boulderdash's own page!


Game name: Epiphany v0.4.0-1 (latest Windows package)
Author/publisher: Giuseppe D'Aqu
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: http://epiphany.sourceforge.net/
Platforms: Unix, Windows
A simple, windowed Emerald Mine clone with only sound effects. Still, the gameplay is very nice and enjoyable for the Emerald Mine fans. For the Unix version, there is a level editor available on the homepage of Epiphany.




Game name: Eric
Author/publisher: Unknown
Year of publishing: 1999
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: OS/2, Windows
An unfinished clone with simple graphics and small but difficult levels. Please contact me if you know more about this game.





Game name: Fatal Dash 2 v1.2
Author/publisher: Pessimistic Dreams
Year of publishing: 2005
Homepage: http://www.pedreams.wz.cz/software.php
Platforms: Windows
A nice military-themed Boulderdash game with nice sounds and music. It also includes a two player mode (brotherhood and deathmatch). You can earn money by collecting diamonds and with that money you can buy yourself new weapons!




Game name: Fatrock
Author/publisher: Gareth Williams
Year of publishing: 2000
Homepage: http://www.fatweb.org/
Platforms: Windows
A very basic clone without frills and with only sound effects. It does not have fluent scrolling, but it does have animations. It's a game by the maker of DHTML Boulderdash (see this page).




Game name: Fruity Caves v1.01 (BETA)
Author/publisher: InventDreamCreate.com
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: Windows
A nice Windows adaptation of the original Boulder Dash in which you have to collect all sorts of different fruits. Nice graphics, but no music. It probably still contains some bugs, as this is the BETA version. If you play as "guest" you can play all sorts of levels, but if you create a new player, you can only play tutorial levels (at least, it starts with them). It comes with a level editor.


Game name: FX-Repton v0.6
Author/publisher: Sandro Sigala
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: http://www.sigala.it/sandro/software.php#fxrepton
Platforms: Windows
A Repton 3 clone that was originally written for Linux, but is now available for Windows. Download the source code here.





Game name: Gemstorm
Author/publisher: Nelefa
Year of publishing: 2002
Homepage: http://www.nelefa.org/more/2004/10/26/index.html#000137
Platforms: Windows
An unfinished 3D Boulderdash clone with 30 levels over 16 themed worlds. The camera moves with you while you walk. Gemstorm is inspired by the game 'Riptoff' and has the same levels.




Game name: GemWars v0.62
Author/publisher: Line A Entertainment
Year of publishing: 1998-2000 (or 2001)
Homepage: http://www.kolumbus.fi/laineet/gwars/
Platforms: MS DOS, Windows
A good-looking Boulderdash clone with big sprites in which you control Yaaboo. It features great multiplayer modes. The original MS DOS version was superseded by the DirectX (Windows) version. Unfortunately, this game has not been finished, but is very playable, though.




Game name: HamsterJam v1.03
Author/publisher: Ovine by Design
Year of publishing: 2002
Homepage: http://hamster.ovine.net/
Platforms: Windows
HamsterJam is a good Windows remake of the Commdore Vic20 game 'Rockman' by Mastertronic (1995). You play with Sniffles, a funny cartoonish hamster and you have to collect rings. The levels are identical with the original game's levels but the graphics have been adapted into bright, colourful cartoon graphics to bring it into the modern age. The game rules are a bit different from Boulder Dash. For example, the rings don't fall from the rocks when there is space beside them.


Game name: High Carats
Author/publisher: Zimond Remakes
Year of publishing: 2002
Homepage: Disappeared
Platforms: Windows
High Carats is a nice Boulder Dash clone by Zimond Remakes. It has new graphics, sounds and music but stays very close to the original Boulder Dash. It has some special features. You can import your own graphics, music and sounds in the Media Editor. Besides you can create new objects or modify existing objects in the Object Editor! And new levels can easily be created with the Level Editor! Go to High Carats' own page!


Game name: Hufeek/Hafk
Author/publisher: Marek Mojzk
Year of publishing: 2001
Homepage: http://www.hufeek.zde.cz/
Platforms: Windows
A Czech clone with a dog as main character. No fullscreen mode, no music and no animations make this game a simple game, but still it's nice. It includes a game recorder. Download a level editor here.




Game name: LightHeart 2005 v1.01
Author/publisher: MKSZTSZ Remakes / Mike Fraley
Year of publishing: 2005
Homepage: http://gilby.uw.hu/
Platforms: Windows
Can you remember Heartlight, the classic game with Percival the dwarf, by Epic Megagames? LightHeart 2005 is a good remake with the same gameplay and with a moderner look, which is intensified by the background music, sounds and the flexible gameplay. The graphics are new, but if you have played Heartlight, you will recognize everything of the old game in this new adaptation (except the hero Percival, who has been replaced by a dull orange...)! There is one disadvantage: the player walks jerkily, which could have been more fluent, but you will get used to it after having played the game for some time. Download Gilby's Level Pack, unpack it to the LightHeart 2005 directory and have fifteen extra levels to play!


Game name: MegaPlex (version 07/28/2006)
Author/publisher: Frank Schindler
Year of publishing: 2001
Homepage: http://www.matemaster.de/mpx/index.html
Platforms: Windows
MegaPlex is more like a tool for fans than a clone. It's a Windows version of the original Supaplex with the same source code. Original Supaplex level formats can be loaded, new levels can be designed, games can be recorded, etc. The speed is adjustable. The game can only be played in windowed mode, but you can zoom in the levels. For more information and additional levels have a look at the Classic Supaplex page.


Game name: Mr. Boulder
Author/publisher: Movax
Year of publishing: 2003
Homepage: http://ceno.krankikom.de/boulder/faq.htm
Platforms: Windows
A currently unfinished German clone only one enemy type and only ten levels. The objects fall quite slow and there are no animations in the game. When killed, the player says something rude. It is possible to save and load your game. Download a level editor here. The creator has also created a small design for a Boulderdash game in QBasic in 2002. Find it at the Fan Stuff page.


Game name: Natto-Cat
Author/publisher: Aaron Maupin
Year of publishing: 2006
Homepage: http://www.natto-cat.org/
Platforms: Windows
Natto-Cat (formerly known as 'Rockhunt') is a frivolous, funny game about a cat which has to retrieve a required number of cat snacks, walking through 'natto' (a Japanese term for fermented beans) in order to activate the exit elevator and leave the level. On its journey this cat meets many dangers, such as falling dried plums and exploding bowls with custard. It is possible to play the levels on a different difficulty level and the game supports native Boulder Dash files (download them from the Classic Boulder Dash page). With the game, there also comes a level editor to create your own levels! This game is a unique interpretation of Boulder Dash which is worth looking at! Go to Natto-Cat's own page!


Game name: New Supaplex v0.510 beta
Author/publisher: Sergant
Year of publishing: 2001
Homepage: http://www.sergant.pp.ru/index_eng.html
Platforms: Windows
New Supaplex is the perfect solution for everyone who adored Supaplex, but cannot play it anymore because the game is getting too old. It has new and better graphics, nice sound effects, a great support of music formats for the background music, a game recording function and it can load the original Supaplex levels. That means hours of fun with this superb game! Download extra level collections from the Classic Supaplex page.


Game name: PebbleDash
Author/publisher: Lutasarts Productions
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: Disappeared
Platforms: Windows
A simple and (almost) non-animated Boulderdash clone without any sounds or music and the gameplay is jerky. The game contains several episodes with a number of level in them.




Game name: Repton 3
Author/publisher: Harry Wood
Year of publishing: 1998-1999
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: Windows
A Repton 3 clone with a level editor.






Game name: Repton 3 v2.03
Author/publisher: Yakky Parrot & Ian Robertson
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: Windows
A very plain game, based on Repton 3 game with strange controls and without fluent movements.





Game name: Repton Y2K
Author/publisher: Minionsoft
Year of publishing: 2001
Homepage: http://www.minionsoft.com/
Platforms: Windows
Repton Y2K is absolutely the solution for Repton fans who can't play the old Repton. It has nice music and sounds. Besides the classic Repton levels, which have been included in the Repton Y2K download (above the screenshot), there are also Enhanced Repton levels available. Other level packs are: Life of Repton, Life of Repton (Enhanced), Repton 3 and Repton 3 (Enhanced). Build your own levels with the Repton Y2K Editor.


Game name: Repton.NET v0.04
Author/publisher: Ed Courtenay
Year of publishing: 2002
Homepage: http://www.edcourtenay.co.uk/CategoryView,category,Repton.NET.aspx
Platforms: Windows
Repton.NET is a nice Repton clone, with quite a fast, but fluent movement. It does not have any sounds or music, but it's still very good for a Repton clone.





Game name: Rock EGG
Author/publisher: Keensoft & Sinesco
Year of publishing: 2004
Homepage: http://keensoft.ceskehry.cz/ / http://www.sinesco.com/
Platforms: Windows
A pretty good Czech Boulderdash clone with nice 3D graphics and animations. The eggs are deadly when they fall on your head and you can hack the eggs into pieces if you possess one or more pik-axes.




Game name: Rockfall v1.2
Author/publisher: Dark Idols
Year of publishing: 2001
Homepage: Disappeared
Platforms: Windows
A funny little game with a dog as main character and with adjustable speed. The diamonds don't fall and you can't go down when a rock is falling behind you. The sounds are guitar effects. You can also load user levels and there is a level editor available to create your own levels. Unfortunately I don't have the level editor, so if you can help me, please contact me.


Game name: Rockfall 2
Author/publisher: Dark Idols
Year of publishing: 2001-2002
Homepage: Disappeared
Platforms: Windows
The sequel to Rockfall with some new objecs (e.g. eggs and exploding walls). Rocfall 2 can also load user levels that have been created with the seperately available level editor. Unfortunately I don't have this editor. If you can help me, please contact me.



Game name: Rockhunt! v0.7.2
Author/publisher: Aaron Maupin
Year of publishing: 2005
Homepage: http://www.pastrytech.com/rockhunt/rockhunt.html
Platforms: Windows
A clone with simple graphics and large levels that is still unfinished. The game is windowed and the scrolling is jerky (i.e. from grid to grid). Currently, there are only a few objects included, but more are planned to be integrated later.




Game name: Rocks 'n' Diamonds v3.2.0
Author/publisher: Holger Schemel
Year of publishing: 1995
Homepage: http://www.artsoft.org/
Platforms: Mac OS X, MS DOS, Unix, Windows
Rocks 'n' Diamonds (RnD) is absolutely the most comprehensive Boulderdash game around. In fact, this is not a clone but a game wherein you can play different Boulderdash games. Besides the four classic games Boulder Dash, Emerald Mine, Sokoban (officially not a Boulder Dash clone) and Supaplex you can play in this great game, you can also select elements from the games Diamond Caves II and DX-Boulderdash in the level editor. Versions above v3.1.0 are not for MS DOS anymore, but only for the other platforms. Go to Rocks 'n' Diamonds' own page!


Game name: RoX v1.4
Author/publisher: Safrosoft
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: Disappeared
Platforms: Windows
A very unique, commercial looking Boulderdash clone with highly polished graphics and good background tunes especially composed for this game. A hedgehog-like character called Tresher has to collect unids (with a 'd') through large levels with many new elements compared with the original Boulder Dash, such as sokoban elements, gnats, bombs, etc. Players can create their own levels with the very advanced level editor that comes with the game. Go to RoX's own page!


Game name: Scrap's Boulder Dash v1.6
Author/publisher: Olivier Crapez
Year of publishing: 2003
Homepage: Disappeared
Platforms: Windows
A small clone which stays very close to the original Boulder Dash with only eight levels for one or two players. It supports a joystick control. The graphics are rather poor and there's no moving up and down animation. The game is sound- and musicless.




Game name: Six Feet Under
Author/publisher: Unknown
Year of publishing: 1994-1995
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: Windows
A non-scrolling game with MIDI music and sounds and with a level editor.






Game name: Stone Age!
Author/publisher: Christian Fenzl
Year of publishing: 1997
Homepage: http://www.digital-mastery.de/
Platforms: Windows
A distinctive German Boulderdash clone with a green alien who has to collect a green mushroom. The enemies can't be crushed, but you can throw a boulder onto their heads so they can't move anywhere.




Game name: Supaplex 3000
Author/publisher: Unknown
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: http://supaplex3000.narod.ru/
Platforms: Windows
A cheerful Russian Supaplex clone with cheerful music and adjustable speed. It can load native Supaplex levels, but you have to rename them to 'Levels.dat' and overwrite the 'Levels.dat' file in the main directory of the game. Observe that Murphy (the orange main character) can't go upwards when the gravity is turned on. Therefore, some native Supaplex level collections are not solvable.


Game name: Time Bokan Dash / Bokan Dash
Author/publisher: Beppe Domani
Year of publishing: 2005
Homepage: http://www.newbokan.net/downloads/TBD.htm
Platforms: Symbian OS, Windows
An Italian Boulder Dash game with graphics from the Japanese comic series 'Time Bokan', which originates from 1975 and often appeared on television. The whole game design reminds me much of the game Bee Dee Dash! and the game has got a cheerful atmosphere. Download a Symbian OS (60 series) version here.



Game name: Tom
Author/publisher: Unknown
Year of publishing: Unknown
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: Windows
A Czech Boulderdash clone. Please contact me if you know more about this game.





Game name: Trpaslik
Author/publisher: Unknown
Year of publishing: 1995
Homepage: Unknown
Platforms: Windows
A Czech Boulderdash clone with apples instead of diamonds.






Game name: Watch Out, Willi! v1.5c
Author/publisher: Six-Legged Software
Year of publishing: 1997
Homepage: http://www.sixlegs.com/java/willi/
Platforms: Java, Windows
A clone of the game Stone Age. Control Willi through the caves and eat the cabbages. It's a very basic and simple game. Piled up rocks don't fall and you can't walk under a falling rock. And there are no animations, either. You can move diagonally. The download above is the full commercial version, but the author decided to make the game freeware, so you don't have to pay any money for it.


Game name: Zworx
Author/publisher: Phenomedia AG
Year of publishing: 2003
Homepage: http://www7.phenomedia.com/_english/_games.php?p=zworx
Platforms: Windows
In this funny German game, you have to dig through the earth with Zworx, a little gnome, to find gold to refill the royal treasury of the king, who has lost all of his gold. Better digging equipment can be found during your journey through the earth. The game was written to promote the German Lotto company Westlotto.



If you know more about a certain game or if you have a new game, new levels, music or whatever, please send it to me and I will put it on this website! You can find my e-mailaddress in the menu to the left.