Rocks 'n' Diamonds
March 28, 2008 9:05 AM   Subscribe

Rocks 'n' Diamonds for some Friday puzzle-game fun. Described as "in the tradition of" Boulderdash and Sokoban, it's actually a superset of both, and you can waste tons of time playing all the old familiar levels or tons of others. (It's a quick download, for linux/os x/the other thing.)
posted by Wolfdog (12 comments total) 7 users marked this as a favorite
(It's been around for a while, to say the least, but it was happy news to me, and I couldn't find any previous mention on MetaFilter.)
posted by Wolfdog at 9:05 AM on March 28, 2008

hmmm... I used to love boulderdash. I was playing to it on my friend's atari 800 XL. thanks.
posted by nicolin at 9:09 AM on March 28, 2008

It's very good thing, thanks for sharing!
posted by yelloriversouth at 9:14 AM on March 28, 2008

This is fun, Wolfdog. I'm glad I took the plunge and obeyed the little box from the strange website when it said, "to install, simply copy the folder to your hard disk"

Seriously though, for anyone worried, it's a great game.
posted by Navelgazer at 9:36 AM on March 28, 2008

posted by Sys Rq at 10:02 AM on March 28, 2008

the other thing.

What, you mean the BeOS build? OS/2? AmigaOS?
posted by Nelson at 10:08 AM on March 28, 2008

Great stuff. Lucky I gave up Nethack again this week.
posted by ceiriog at 10:22 AM on March 28, 2008

His Mirror Magic is also excellent (although it looks like no one has built a version of that one for Mac OS X yet).
posted by confusionball at 10:26 AM on March 28, 2008

I hadn't seen this game in a long time. This and the abovementioned Mirror Magic were pretty popular on our Linux lab machines when I was a sysadmin.
posted by kaszeta at 10:29 AM on March 28, 2008

What, you mean the BeOS build? OS/2? AmigaOS?
We port, you decide.
posted by Wolfdog at 10:37 AM on March 28, 2008

I've had this for a while; it's great for playing sweet sweet Emerald Mines without having to fire up an Amiga emulator.
posted by jtron at 1:25 PM on March 28, 2008

Ah, reminds me of hours spent in the elementary school's C64 lab. Good times, good times.
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