From Diamond Productions:
Diamond Caves 3 is the successor to the popular Diamond Caves II--a classic arcade game in the tradition of Boulder Dash (C64) and Emerald Mine (Amiga). You have to collect diamonds in a cave and get out. There are 50 levels and a level editor, plus more than 4,000 additional levels are available.
What's new in this version: Version 2.4 is a bug fixing release.
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"Addicting and fun."
Version: Diamond Caves 3 2.4
Been playing since I was little. Always loved it, and I am still crazy about it. I can stop playing, come back to it several hours/day/years later, and pick it right back up and love it all the same.
Too freaking addicting. It's like crack.
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