Emerald Caves - An adapted and expanded 1980's Amiga game by Peke

If you remember playing Kingsoft's Boulder Dash clone of 'Emerald Mine', a game which was released way back in 1987 to 1988, then you are going to love this latest news story that's just been sent to us by Saberman. As he has told us that Peke has made available the OCS and AGA two player game of 'Emerald Caves': An adapted and expanded Commodore Amiga game by Peke. To coincide with this news, provided below are two videos, one from the original and the other from Peke.

Here's what the wikipedia page says about the game. "Emerald Mine is a 1987 puzzle video game developed and published for Amiga and Atari ST by Kingsoft. The series follows mines filled with various gems, such as emeralds. It is a Boulder Dash clone in which the player completes levels by collecting sufficient gems before reaching the exit. Emerald Mine was Kingsoft's best-selling title with reviews generally favorable, and spawned several sequels. It was also Volker Wertich's, one of the game's designers, most successful game until The Settlers in 1993, of which he was also the creator."

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1 comment:

  1. Wow, the Emerald Web Site is fun-tastic! The website not just supplying the ADF download for Emerald Caves. It also contains dozens of other Boulder Dash variants which can be played directly online without downloading. A true treasure chest for months of fun. Check this out!


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