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Description

The Dragon or Tandy Coco never received an official conversion of Boulder Dash, but they did receive one or two home-grown clones. Stone Raider II has all the features of the original, with the fast enemies, the digging, the falling stones and the set amount of crystals that must be collected to open the exit. A particular enemy is the slime, which multiplies to fill all open space, and is dangerous both to the player and other enemies. There are 25 levels to complete. Except for being published by MicroDeal as well, there is no relationship to the original Stone Raider (later re-released as Stone Raider II), also based on Boulder Dash, but different.

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Stone Raider II Dragon 32/64 Pushing a boulder
Stone Raider II Dragon 32/64 The slime is ever multiplying…
Stone Raider II Dragon 32/64 Preparing a trap for a monster
Stone Raider II Dragon 32/64 The only way to get enough diamonds is to drop rocks on these trapped monsters…

Alternate Titles

  • "Dig-it" -- Working title

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ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Dragon 32/64 Mar, 1987 8.6 out of 12 72

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Stone Raider II was originally called Dig It, made by a totally separate developer from the first Stone Raider, and was only renamed to "fit in" by the publisher, something which was often done at Microdeal in order to make re-use of artwork and promotional material easier.

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