Suplaplex is considered to be one of the hardest puzzle games in the DOS game library. Luckily, it's on the good side of bad, meaning that the game gets progressively harder. The game is very similar to Boulder Dash in terms of gameplay, however there are some differences. The game has no story, but offers a list of puzzles instead. These require to be solved in order, however, the player has the liberty to skip up to three puzzles if he finds three levels too difficult. The object of every level is the same: collect all of the infotrons, which are reminiscent of schematic representations of atoms, and getting to the exit. Dying in this game is possible, by having "rocks" falling on your character, being killed by enemy scissors and electrons and even being caught by an explosion. The further you progress, the more challenging the game starts to become, which is quite good. The graphics are decent and the music is great. All in all, if you're looking for an oldschool puzzle game, consider trying out Suplaplex.
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