Crystal Mines II
Crystal Mines II is a puzzle video game designed and programmed by Ken Beckett for Color Dreams and licensed to Atari, who published it as a cartridge for their Lynx handheld system. The game is a sequel to Crystal Mines for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Both releases are similar to Boulder Dash, a genre which has since become known as "rocks and diamonds" games.
The Lynx game features 150 levels and 31 bonus levels. The levels were designed by Scott Davis, Danny Sosebee, Lee Rider, Joel By…