Robo Miner: Discover the Treasures
Diverse entertainment is key to avoiding monotony in our everyday routines. Too often we play games which are neither unique nor original. Fortunately for those of us who are bored with the mundane, XDA Member reiti.net has come to our aid with his latest game, Robo Miner.
Robo Miner is a fresh twist on an old idea: mining puzzle games. You start at the ground level (the top in mining) and make your robot dig through the treacherous mine in search of the prized gem at the bottom. Along the way you’ll encounter falling boulders and complex pathways, increasing the need to collect ore and mystery prizes used to upgrade your robot.
Once you’ve found the gem you’ll be transported to a new, larger level and the cycle will repeat. The game gets difficult rather quickly, and requires every item in your aresenal to make it to the bottom. Interestingly the fun level of the game is not lost over long periods, and you’ll find yourself coming back for more time and time again. So head on over to the thread here and give it a spin. Wake your brain up.
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