Bobo Kloc (Amiga)

Bobo Kloc Amiga Game info screen


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Bobo Kloc is a timed arcade puzzle-board game with two gameplay modes. Accessing the next stage requires removing or gathering all of the tiles and objects placed on the board. There are ten types of tiles, removal requires a collision with another block of the same type. The task is complicated by numerous bugs (contact with them means a loss of life), objects (box, bulb, wall, rock) and types of surfaces (ice, rocks, swamp). The bugs are divided into intelligent, lethargic and nervous, differing in the speed and the way of movement. The game features also some power up items, such us snowflake (temporarily freeze enemies), bomb (kills one wave of enemies), hearth (extra life), clock (extra time), level pass (next level), floppy disk (extra points), teleport (gate to another part of the board) and in game hints.

In Bobo mode Amigafly can change the direction of movement after hitting an obstacle (wall, box, object, end of the board) or reaching special blocking surface (swamp). This type of game requires quick planning and predicting the path of movement while avoiding numerous enemies on board. By contrast, there are no restrictions in movement in the Kloc mode.

Bobo mode features 110 levels, Kloc mode 50. After each completed level the player receives an access password.

The game has built-in level editor, allowing to add an own set of the boards.


Bobo Kloc Amiga Kloc level 2
Bobo Kloc Amiga Enter level code
Bobo Kloc Amiga Kloc level 3
Bobo Kloc Amiga High score table

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  • "BoboKloc" -- Alternate in game title

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Bobo Kloc was to be originally commercially released by L.K. Avalon back in 1996, but due the withdrawal of the Amiga market that didn't happen. The author found the game files in 2008. The game was luckily recovered by one of his friends and published by another one (Rygar) on English Amiga Board as a public domain title.
Karsa Orlong (100431) added Bobo Kloc (Amiga) on Apr 24, 2016