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Drilling Billy gameplay screenshot
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Single player
For Kids:
400 × 300
DOSBOX_DBILLY.ZIP - 2,589k - Run BILLY.EXE to play
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Drilling Billy Full Version (dbilly_full.zip, 39,285k) - This is the full version from the original developer. WARNING, this is a 39Megabye file!

Drilling Billy screenshot
Drilling Billy gameplay screenshot
DOSGames.com Review:  Rating: 3.5
Drilling Billy (aka "The Worlds of Billy") is a Lode Runner style single-screen platforming game where the goal is to trap the enemies by digging holes in the ground and trapping them. Here you will face numerous opponents such as the fearsome ... uh, banana. And other similarly scary opponents. This game features a decently high resolution (for a DOS game) and enthusiastic sound effects. The game is presented in a professional way and fans of this genre of game will enjoy it ... games that look and play like this are still popular in Windows today. Visit DrillingBilly.com for a site dedicated to the game by its original sound designer, David Filskov.

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Drilling Billy, #66. Added to website: 2017-11-07. All copyrights, trademarks, etc, are property of their respective holders.
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