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In the dawn of the PC's gaming era, a little company called Windmill Software created some excellent arcade clones for IBM's stuffy business machine; they were very well programmed, with pseudo-multi-channel sound effects and music through the PC speaker and a fast framerate. One game that stood out was Digger, a mutant offspring of the arcade hits Dig Dug and Mr. Do. Digger was easy to pick up but hard to put down, with levels that got increasingly difficult without leaving you feeling cheated. Sadly, Windmill Software stopped producing games, and the original Digger was doomed to be forgotten since it ran way too fast on modern hardware. That is, until Andrew Jenner got a silly idea in his head to rewrite it from a disassembly of the binary image...

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  • Jul 14, 1999
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