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Bozxle (ZX Spectrum)

Bozxle ZX Spectrum Load screen


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Bozxle is an unofficial conversion of Boxxle (a variant of Soko-Ban) for the ZX-Spectrum. The player must push around crates to put them into designated spots, requiring careful planning to prevent any of them from getting stuck.


Bozxle ZX Spectrum Load screen
Bozxle ZX Spectrum Menu
Bozxle ZX Spectrum In-game screen

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Although multicolor is an old ZX-Spectrum programming technique invented by Jonathan "Joffa" Smith in 1985, it was considered too difficult for actual gameplay, so it was only used for special effects in static screens (menu, intro, etc). Buzzsaw+ and Bozxle, both released within a week in October 2011, were the first ZX-Spectrum games to ever use multicolor in-game.

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Einar Saukas (552) added Bozxle (ZX Spectrum) on Mar 09, 2015