Lode Runner: The Legend Returns Description
Lode Runner: The Legend Returns is a 1994 sequel to the classic Lode Runner video game. It was released for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, Sega Saturn, and Sony PlayStation. The game takes place in a single frame with many different elements such as ground, ladders, treasure, items, and villains. The goal is to collect all the treasure, avoid touching any of the monks, and reach the exit The game contains 150 single-player levels broken up into ten different “worlds”: Moss Caverns (jungle), Fungus Delvings, the Lost City of Ur (ancient world), the Crystal Hoard, Winter’s Dungeon (ice world), Skeleton’s Keep (fossil world), Inferno’s Playground (lava world), Shimmering Caverns (phosphorus world), the Shadowlands (dark world), and Meltdown Metropolis (industrial world). While most levels are set in the day, the levels of Shadowlands take place at night, when the entire screen is pitch black, save a moving circular patch of light within which the player is visible. There are also 30 duo-player levels. The two Shadowlands levels in this mode are not pitch black.
Download Lode Runner: The Legend Returns
We might have the game available for more than one platform. Lode Runner: The Legend Returns is currently available on these platforms:
Text instructions (how to play on Windows)
- Click on the download button above. It should redirect you to your download (a .zip file). Make sure you download the file properly and that your internet does not disconnect while downloading.
- Extract the “Lode_Runner_The_Legend_Returns_DOS” folder to your desktop. You will need a software such as WinRAR to do this.
- Download DOSBox and put a shortcut for DOSBox onto your desktop.
- Open the “Lode_Runner_The_Legend_Returns_DOS” folder and then open the “Game Files” folder.
- Drag the file called “LODERUNN” on top of the DOSBox icon and the game should now launch in DOSBox.
- Enjoy the game!
Additional files, patches and fixes
Lode Runner: The Legend Returns System Requirements
- HDD: 1.16 MB
- Other: A computer that can run DOSBox