thanks for the info I can't go to that site for some reason ??
You can't go to YouTube?
How about the screenshot herehttp://rainer-rosenberger.de/x_spiele/index.php?page=boxworld
its a very old game like 1997 or so.
I'm sure it's older than that. According to this website, 1992.http://gamesolutions.efzeven.nl/boxworld-jeng-long-jiang1992/
Which would explain why it's 16-bit.
It was probably made for Windows 3.1.
I think that theres only 1 box world, has anyone played it? its the one your this little ninja guy and he has to move these box's around in the squares . it is very additive game when you are done with the 1st one you have 99 more to do .. its a Jeng-Long Jiang-game ..once you start you can't stop..
Yes, that's the one my brother bought.
He got it straight from the developer.
Came on a floppy.
It would probably work in Virtual PC or some other emulator.
I just tested Boxworld with Windows 3.1 installed inside DOSBox -- and it works fine.
If you have a copy of Windows 3.1, there are instructions on how to install it inside DOSBox at VOGONS...http://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?t=9405