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Boulder Dash-XL Screenshots

User Screenshots

Android version

Title screen
Main menu
Game modes
Loading screen
Starting out
Running around collecting diamonds
Pushing a boulder
Level completed
Results
Coming across a monster
Finding a health pack
Crushing an enemy with boulder
Retro mode

Windows version

The game's title screen
The game's main menu
There are twenty-eight screens of helpful information, all done in this simplistic style
Playing in Arcade Mode.All modes follow a similar format. First there's the cave selection screen.
Playing in Arcade Mode.All modes follow a similar format. First there's the cave selection screen, then select a character
Playing in Arcade Mode.All modes follow a similar format. First there's the cave selection screen, then select a character, a reminder of the mode objectives
Playing in Arcade Mode.All modes follow a similar format. First there's the cave selection screen, then select a character,, a reminder of the mode objectives, and a reminder of the controls
Playing in Arcade Mode.All modes follow a similar format. The first view of the cave shows the player's character in close-up. Then there's a 3-2-1 countdown and you're off
Playing in Arcade Mode.This is cave 002. The sugar cube like things are soft snow that Rockford can walk through.There's a couple of baddies here too
Playing in Arcade Mode.In this cave the player had to collect five diamonds in order to open the exit. Now they have a choice, get more diamonds at 500 points each or leave early
Playing in Arcade Mode.There's another close up view at the end of a cave
Playing in Arcade Mode.The end of cave score
Playing in Arcade Mode.The end high score table
Puzzle Mode.As with all modes this starts with a description of the mode objectives
Puzzle ModeThis is puzzle 001, playing as Crystal.There's no advantage gained by swapping characters as they both play the same
The first of the Score Attack levels
The first puzzle of Retro Mode.This mode comes with a warning that 'back in the day' games were a lot less forgiving.
The game cannot be played until the player registers an account with KalypsoIt then goes on-line and rechecks that the account is valid every time the game is played Very annoying and unnecessary
The game can be played in a massive number of screen resolutions.The foregoing screenshots were played in a 1920x1200 window
Any lawyers reading this?At the end of the credits is an unusual statement.It looks as though, having purchased the game, the player can resell it or give it to all and sundry.

Official Screenshots

  • Boulder Dash-XL Screenshot
    Nintendo eShop
  • Boulder Dash-XL Screenshot
    Nintendo eShop
  • Boulder Dash-XL Screenshot
    Nintendo eShop
  • Boulder Dash-XL Screenshot
    Nintendo eShop
  • Boulder Dash-XL Screenshot
    Nintendo eShop