Single-player video game
| Scrolling tile-based computer puzzle game|
Boulder Dash, Rocks'n'Diamonds, Supaplex
Bluppo is a scrolling computer puzzle game developed for MS-DOS by Matija Tomaskovic and Bruno Babic and published by Webfoot Technologies in 1996. Bluppo is a clone of Boulder Dash, and offers more features, including new gameplay ideas combined with improved graphics and sounds. The game was coded in more than 20,000 lines of assembly language code.
The goal of Bluppo is to collect certain number of fish in order to exit to another level, completing 80 levels in total. While doing this, the player must avoid falling boulders and nasty sturgeon, as well as conserving oxygen. There are also 80 levels for two players. As the game progresses, levels quickly become more difficult to play, making for frantic games as the player plots the quickest way to the exit before his oxygen runs out.