DOS - 1991
Also available on: Amiga
Description of Supaplex
In one of the best Boulderdash clones, gameplay in Supaplex is similar to that classic: as Murphy the bug-hunter living inside a computer, you must collect enough infotrons in each level and exit as fast as possible without getting killed. Quick-thinking is required as well as arcade reflexes, as the path to infotrons often involve moving objects and manipulating them.
It's a lot of fun, and best of all, it's now freeware thanks to the auspices of Digital Integration, copyright holder and original publisher. Two thumbs up, way up!
Review By HOTUD
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Comments and reviews
Jimbob 2018-04-02 0 point
This is the best game ever me and my mates spent many years playing this game wit only a couple level we couldn't do, we needed a joystick without diagonal movements, had some great times and got through many joystick, finding the best one is the old atari, it could take some beatings
Juliex 2014-09-14 1 point DOS version
When i try to open it in dosbox, then what do i type to open he game?
Now it writes "c:\supaplex: " but i need a command to open the game..
vabna 2014-07-24 1 point DOS version
I try to download sins 7 years today I found if verrrrry goooood
Carolina 2013-11-08 0 point DOS version
My God! I spent YEARS trying to find this game! Could not find anywhere.... This website is amazing! Thank youuuuuuu
kirito 2013-09-26 1 point DOS version
many hours of my childhood went into this, i used to skip level though, it was mind-numbingly hard at times
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