Release Notes: This version contains several new, smaller features and will be needed as the base for upcoming new and updated level sets. In particular, there will be an update to the EMC level collection soon that will use some of the new features. It also fixes some program bugs, so updating is recommended.
Release Notes: This version is an important bugfix release, as it removes a major bug in version 3.1.1 which prevented private levels from being edited with the level editor. Everybody who wants to create his or her own levels is strongly encouraged to update to version 3.1.2.
Release Notes: A nasty bug in level loading and multiple config pages code that caused crashes with levels created by the previous version (3.0.3) of the game has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes the following faulty behaviors: messing up custom element properties in 3.0.0 levels, choosing wrong engine version when playing tapes, creating inaccessible elements at player position, not finding the current level's artwork directory, crashing at startup under Solaris, not finding its files in the DOS version, missing the graphic for the active red disk bomb. Some new features include an additional custom element property for dropping collected elements and 128 more custom elements.
Release Notes: This release allows the complete configuration of all graphics, sounds, and music. New custom elements allow the creation of completely new game elements. Over 500 new levels are included since last release. Some level sets include partially or completely new artwork. Two great new artwork sets (with levels) for the game are available for download from external sites.
Release Notes: This is a major code redesign (Rocks'n'Diamonds 2.0.0 can be recompiled with SDL). The SDL version includes full-screen mode and several mod tracks replacing the .wav music files.
Release Notes: More level editor enhancements, enhanced high score list, new elements for "Diamond Caves II" style games, brushed-up elements for "Supaplex" style games, lots of new levels converted from "Emerald Mine Club" disks (over 10.000 levels), "DX-Boulderdash" and "Supaplex", game data files separated into read-only and writable files (for distribution packages) as well as new setup options for level handicap and unlimited time.
Release Notes: Strongly enhanced level editor, new elements and levels for Supaplex style games, completely rewritten platform independent gadget code (buttons, scrollbars, text and number input gadgets), nasty sound bug fixed (showed up with Linux kernel 2.2.x).