New Amiga Game: Dust Digger by Sculptor

Hi guys,

A new game for your beloved Amiga was released on the 1st of June. It is called Dust Digger and it is freeware.

The minimum requirements is an Amiga 500 with 512KB of RAM. 🙂

The author is Roy Schneider from Germany. He originally created Dust Digger for the J2ME and Android platforms, but he decided to do an Amiga version as well. It is worth noting that Dust Digger has been programmed  in 68K Assembler.

Dust Digger is very similar to Boulder Dash. I love these kinds of games myself, so I’m definitely going to play it on my Amiga 1200. I haven’t tested the game thoroughly yet, but my first impression was positive. Looking forward to take the game for a spin.

Here’s a few screenshots to tickle your fancy:

Launching Dust Digger from Workbench (screenshot by Old School Game Blog)
Launching Dust Digger from Workbench (screenshot by Old School Game Blog)
Dust Digger - nice title screen (screenshot by Old School Game Blog)
Dust Digger – nice title screen (screenshot by Old School Game Blog)
Let the game begin.. (screenshot by Old School Game Blog)
Let the game begin.. (screenshot by Old School Game Blog)

If you are interested in trying out the game on your Amiga or through WinUAE, you can download the game by clicking on the link below:

http://www.overthehill.de/CEDigger/AMIGA/DustDigger.adf

Hope you’ll enjoy Dust Digger! Thanks to the author for releasing a new game for the classic Amiga systems. 🙂

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5 comments

  1. Looks pretty cool. I’ll have to check it out the android version since the amiga emus lag pretty bad on my comp.

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    • Sure does. 🙂 It’s a nice Boulder Dash clone. Sorry to hear that Amiga emulation is lagging on your computer. Please let me know how you like the Android version. Would be interesting to hear.

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