Berusky - Sokoban-style game on the Amiga gets an improved update

We haven't finished featuring Amiga news yet as yesterday BSzili released an update to his Amiga port of the MS-DOS Sokoban-style game ' Berusky ', which was originally developed by the Czech team Anakreon. Now if you've not heard of this game before, I hadn't, it requires alot of skill and patience as you have to move boxes around in a maze to collect certain items. It features explosives, stones, special gates and up to five bugs who can cooperate and be controlled by the player.

Usually MS-DOS games on the Amiga require a pretty powerful system such as the Vampire, but thanks to the coders skill he has made it rather system friendly requiring a 68020+ AGA with 4MB memory, (An RTG card or Multiscan monitor is recommended, because the 680x480 resolution is not very pleasant in interlaced modes). Also in regards to yesterday's update it is even more friendly as he has lowered the mixing rate of the music files to make sure the game stays playable on base A1200 systems - originally they had up to 26 channels. The default settings (11 KHz mono) are meant for low-end systems, if you have an accelerator you can use better sound quality.

And so if you like puzzle games, give Berusky a try, because in truth I can't stand them ;)

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