New Amiga Game: Boxx 2

Boxx2 Amiga GameHi everyone,

Yesterday I received an e-mail from an Amiga developer calling himself Lemming880. He is from the Netherlands and a member of the EAB (English Amiga Board) forum. He told me he’d just released a brand new game for the Amiga! ๐Ÿ™‚ This is truly another piece of superb news coming out of the Amiga community these days. Let’s hope it will continue for the rest of the year! ๐Ÿ™‚ Big thanks to Lemming880 for his hard work and for releasing this software for all of us to enjoy.

Anyway, the title of this game is Boxx 2 and it is a jump and run platform game. The goal is to collect all the coins and kill the baddies. The system requirements are as follows:

– WinUAE: Amiga 1200 with 68030 CPU, Fastest Possible and No Cycle Exact
– Real Amiga: Amiga 1200 with 68030 CPU is recommended for best performance

I have embedded a video of the game running from YouTube below so that you can check it out right away:

If you want to download the game, please use the links below:

Download: [Bootable Disk ADF] [HD Install LHA]

I think Boxx 2 looks like a very fun platformer. I will let my daughter have a go at it tomorrow – I’m sure she will like it!

Good night all and thanks for reading! ๐Ÿ™‚


  1. It looks nice, but the requirements sounds a bit strange. Maybe the game was developed in AMOS (it does not look AMOS-ish however…) or a Basic flavor, and that’s why it is so CPU hungry. Net net that’s really cool there are still folks who develop stuff for 90s beasts!


    • Hi there! Thanks as usual for commenting. ๐Ÿ™‚ The game has been developed in Backbone which is a GUI-based games creation package. It is a bit slow, but works well on 030 and upwards and of course on emulators.


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