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Commodore 64Info (May, 1986)
Deceptively simple, s strangely addictive sequel to first star's original 'Boulderdash'. The charm of this game lies in its treatment of the logic and laws of simple cause and effect: dig beneath boulder- boulder falls: stand beneath falling boulder- you get crushed (not unlike the arcade hit, 'Dig-Dug'" Large mazes are negotiated via smooth- scrolling screen. 16 caves to explore filled with diamonds and surprises (some deadly). A good time suitable for all ages.
 
Atari 8-bitComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Sep, 1986)
Super Boulder Dash, and I said, "Oboy, a construction set!" Unfortunately, no--but it's still a great buy. You get a two-sided disk that contains the original Boulder Dash on one side and 20 new screens on the other. The graphics are still impressive, and the design is one of the best I've ever seen. One suggestion: EA gives hints on how td solve each screen; use them if you need them, but try to do without them first--one of the joys of this game is discovering what works.