Fans of the Boulder Dash franchise have a bunch of new content to try your hand at thanks to the new update for Boulder Dash 30th Anniversary Edition on Android. This particular update is also pretty big in size, adding two new entire worlds to the game as well as a slew of new features.
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We briefly touched on Back to the Future franchise’s upcoming birthday the other day in our post about Telltale Games’ impromptu Q&A session on Twitter. Unfortunately none of the Back to the Future stuff talked about was heading to mobile. The good news is that there is actually some Back to the Future goodness coming to mobile to celebrate its anniversary, but in the form of a new themed event in Jetpack Joyride.
Boulder Dash – 30th Anniversary Edition was originally released back in October 2014 as a free-to-play game with IAPs available for additional content that players could buy when they wanted to do so. While the free-to-play version has done well for itself, apparently there was enough people out there who asked for a premium version that Tapstar Interactive listened and now there is a premium version available on Google Play and Amazon’s Appstore.
A pretty interesting release has happened today and besides having one of the longest titles we’ve seen in awhile, it is also something that a lot of long time gamers are probably going to want to get. That game is Deus Ex Machina Game of the Year 30th Anniversary, Collector’s Edition.
Another Boulder Dash game will be arriving onto Android in a couple of weeks in celebration of its 30th birthday. Officially called Boulder Dash 30th Anniversary, two of the original creators (Chris Gray and Peter Liepa) have come back and teamed up for the first time since the Rockford™ character was first introduced in 1984.
If you’re a fan of the Boulder Dash franchise then you’ll you be happy to know that a 30th anniversary edition of Boulder Dash is currently under development and will be making its way to multiple platforms when it is released including Android devices. This anniversary edition is being developed by a studio called Tap Star Interactive.