Freeware Boulder Dash Clones - Mac OS X


This is the freeware Mac OS X section. Here you can find freeware Boulderdash games that run in Mac OS X (an Operating System).  

Mac OS X (pronounced "Mac OS Ten") is an operating system designed and developed by Apple Computer for use on their current line of Macintosh computers. Mac OS X is built on Darwin, an open source Unix-like environment which is based on the BSD source tree, and the Mach microkernel. Both of these technologies have been adapted and further developed by Apple with involvement from independent developers. Apple has also designed and developed the Aqua user interface for Mac OS X. Portions of Mac OS X such as Aqua and Finder, the file management system, are proprietary closed source software.

Mac OS X Games

Below are the Mac OS X games. Download them and enjoy!

Game name: Crystal Cave Christmass Treasure
Year of publishing: Unknown
Platforms: Mac OS X, Windows
Crystal Cave Christmass (with 'Christmass' instead of 'Christmas') Treasure is a freeware version of the commercial game Crystal Cave Gold. This time with Santa Claus as the main character and with snow, snowman-heads etc. The game contains 26 levels and ten training levels (from Crystal Cave Gold).

Game name: Rocks 'n' Diamonds v3.2.0
Author/publisher: Holger Schemel
Year of publishing: 1995
Platforms: Mac OS X, MS DOSUnix, Windows
Rocks 'n' Diamonds (RnD) is absolutely the most comprehensive Boulderdash game around. In fact, this is not a clone but a game wherein you can play different Boulderdash games. Besides the four classic games Boulder Dash, Emerald Mine, Sokoban (officially not a Boulder Dash clone) and Supaplex you can play in this great game, you can also select elements from the games Diamond Caves II and DX-Boulderdash in the level editor. Go to Rocks 'n' Diamonds' own page!

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