WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF BOH!
A world of claustrophobic, mysterious, puzzle-riddled, dangerous mazes where, surrounded by countless enemies, you hunt the Evil Masters down with the purpose of eliminating them and the pain they brought. Determination, concentration and quick reflexes will be your only allies in your desperate mission. With BOH the fun never ends: new missions and themes can be added anytime and you can even create your own! BOH has been created with lots of passion and care to offer, with its oldschool style, a fascinatingly different gaming experience.
- immersive & thrilling gameplay
- 48 missions + 12 secret missions to unlock
- missions divided in 5 levels of difficulty
- multi-phase missions
- multi-floor battlefields of any size/shape
- mind-blowing puzzles and deadly traps
- many and varied power-ups
- several different kinds of enemies
- hand-pixelled 2D graphics
- real-time field of vision and lighting
- atmospheric audio and rich soundtrack
- 7 themes
- online world standings
- possibility of creating missions and themes
- Release Date:
- Language(s): Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Spanish, Swedish
- DRM: DRM Free
Best game of 2009 for AmigaOS 4 and AROS at Obligement's Amiga Games Award 2009.
One of the ten finalists in the category adventure at the Indie Game of the Year 2010.
TRIVERSE on UnNamedGaming.com: "Great games don't have to require the latest $400 video card to play, BOH proves that beyond a shadow of a doubt, now why are you still reading this and not already at BOH's homepage making a purchase?" · 82/100
Erik Johnson on DIYgamer: "BOH may be one of the most immersive games I've played period [...] the more you're into the game the more you're going to get out of it."
Nick Kakolowski on BeefJack: "If you feel a sense of nostalgia when you think about a 2D, top down shooter with complex puzzle dynamics, then this is the right game for you. It will bring your childhood back in an updated way, and before long, you will find yourself sucked into the game world." · 7/10
Andrew Williams on Bytten: "BOH is actually rather fun. It's different, it's a challenge and it's something you can play as and when you feel rather than worrying about saved games and character development. How can you go wrong?" · 75/100
costik on Play This Thing!: "[...] the result is a tense game, the sort of edge-of-the-seat experience that shooters strive for [...] BOH is equally clearly executed with fondness, a passion for the subgenre, and a degree of creativity, and is therefore excellent of its kind."
Ashley King on Gamer Limit: "[...] the simplicity of gameplay, the variety of powerups and monsters, and the level of detail and thought that have gone into the game will leave you wanting more before you know it." · 7/10
Asterix on GamersInfo.net: "BOH is one such game - an indie puzzle action masterpiece [...] Warning: BOH is very addictive. There is a certain "Myst meets Indiana Jones" atmosphere that is easily formed while playing BOH because the game does not reward an itchy trigger finger but a clever use of weapons and moves."
- x86 500 MHz 32-bit CPU
- 32-bit graphics card
- 16-bit sound card
- 16 MB RAM
- 20 MB disk space
- SDL 1.2
- SDL_mixer 1.2
- SDL_net 1.2
- 800+ MHz CPU
- internet connection