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Depot Games: Rock 'n' Spin 3D

Current Version: Unfinished

Project Status: Abandoned

Highest Popularity: #15 during February 2010

Links: Web Site

Category: Puzzle

Developers: Bruce Perry

Ports: BeOS, DOS, Windows

Source Code: Not Available

Author's Description: Rock 'n' Spin was a boulderdash clone, but Rock 'n' Spin 3D is something new. You still run around collecting diamonds, and there are still rocks to push around - but it's in 3D, and the puzzles you have to solve are radically different. You can even have a two-player game - just choose a level that's designed for two players!

The Allegro DLL is linked above. You'll need this if you wish to run the Windows executable, but if you've played other Allegro games, chances are you already have this file. In order to be shared by all Allegro games (so as to save disk space, the only reason to use a DLL), you should save it in c:\windows\system.

This game is unfinished and has a lot of rough edges. PLEASE read readme.txt first!


Name Comments Size Date
alleg40.dll The Allegro DLL 466,439 11/23/2005 9:20 PM BeOS exe (doesn't work on its own - BeOS users need both zips!) 50,096 11/23/2005 9:20 PM Download including DOS and Windows executables 585,836 11/23/2005 9:20 PM
Public Opinion
Overall Rating: 6.0
  • 6This game is fun. Although, it probably will never be finished (like the docs say) it's a good start. It could turn out to be something really good. I think you should fix it up (if you don't have any current proj's) :)
The Developer
Bruce Perry
Bruce PerryA game developer at heart, I have been writing games with Allegro since 1999, and I have unfinished projects aplenty to show for it. I care very much about the quality of my games and what people think of them, so please do leave opinions on this site or send comments to me. I graduated from Cambridge University UK in Computer Science in June 2004. I did Geology in my first year there, which was fun. I took French A-level at school, and as of summer 2003 I am learning Japanese by self-study (while trying not to forget my French). I used to study art, and I still try my hand at it from time to time. I play the piano and compose music. As of August 2004 I am working as a Mini-Games Developer for a very nice company in Cambridge. (View Profile)