Minecraft is one of the most successful puzzle games in the history of video games. The game was accessible to video game players of all ages, and it was also available on almost every game platform possible. The simplistic game design allowed everyone enjoy their time with the game, but it was also complex enough to keep you playing for hours. The high price of the game may have kept a lot of people away, but that is no longer a problem with the creation of Mine Clone.
November 18, 2014
Just one of a series of nigh-identical ‘idle games,’ or games that, after they get rolling, allow you to play the game by idling and literally doing nothing. Like most other entries into this genre, Dogeminer is a clicker style idling game, in the same vein as Cookie Clicker. While there are no meaningful gameplay differences, Dogeminer does boast some modifications to its choice graphics that some gamers will, perhaps, prefer to the old grind of baking chocolate chip cookies in ever more ridiculous ways. (more…)
September 30, 2014
Will You Dig This Mining Simulator? A Review of Mega Miner! (more…)
July 28, 2011
The object of Gold Miner is to grab objects in order to complete a money goal by the end of each level.
In each level, a player uses the down arrow to drop a swinging claw to pick out objects from within the ground. Smaller items are reeled up quickly. Large items take up more time but can have a greater payout. Objects can include gold, gems, rocks, or grab bags. As Gold Miner progresses, more lucrative objects become more difficult to get to and some unique items, such as underground animals, show up as obstacles. (more…)
February 25, 2010