Unique, fun, free! It's like gem miner but different I like the similarities and the differences, especially vibration feedback and physically having to tap to mine A+ good job developer.
Blah Run out of oxygen too quick. Hate losing all my ore. Upgrades are overpriced as well... Uninstalling, way too tedious for me to continue playing.
Good digging game Sometimes I like a simple digging & mining game, and this one is a great example of the genre. I just wish you could see your rocket in progress as you complete each module.
Great- needs more content I have completed it, would love more levels- maybe crashing on another planet? Or maybe building a space station with materials on asteroids? Gotta go somewhere when your planet has been destroyed...
Promising, needs work This has the potential to be a pretty addictive game but for me, it falls just short. At the time of this writing, the biggest thing this game needs is a zoom function. The camera is pretty close, making it very easy to get lost in your mines even early in the game before you've done much or gotten very far. Mechanics are good, menu design is good. It takes the unusual step (for a mining game) of not giving you an onscreen character to control--you interact with the environment directly rather than controlling an avatar. This is oddly effective in terms of keeping the game quick and responsive rather than clunky. There's potential here, hoping for future updates.
Nice I can say that this was really fun. I have spent my whole day on this fun mini game. These past 7 hours were entertaining and amusing. Though its was not easy to find silicone but seeing that rocket fly was worth it :D
- added limited support for lower resolution devices (e.g. 480x320).
- reduced amount of tapping needed to break the tiles.
- increased strength and price of the pickaxe upgrades, they should feel more powerful now.
Pixel art dynamic action-platformer. The bloodiest 2d-platformer about zombies.