By Fabrice Stellaire / September 14th, 2016
32 years after its first release on various platforms like the Amiga, PC or Amstrad, retro-arcade game Boulder Dash lands on Steam. The game consisted of digging tunnels to have boulders drop in order to reveal precious gems or destroy enemies. This new version of the game, developed by TapStar Interactive and FIRST STAR SOFTWARE, includes over 200 levels to beat, a level editor, possibility to share levels through the Workshop and a new Hardcore difficulty mode. The basic edition can be purchased here for $13.49, and the DELUXE edition is sold for $16.60. The game should run on most computers as it only requires a dual core CPU and an integrated graphics card. For many players, Boulder Dash is a classic game of the micro computer-era, and being able to play it again will certainly please nostalgic fans.
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