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Robo Miner

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Robo Miner comes to PCStarted as a mobile game, you can now play your favorite Digging Game right on your PC. Adapted to better fit the possiblities of a desktop screen but still featuring the popular gameplay elements of Robo Miner.Enjoy endless digging funIn Robo Miner you control a mining robot which is capable of drilling down the surface. Your order is to find the ultimate diamond located somewhere in each level. On your way you will find different types of ores and crystals providing you with instant cash. Spend this earnings to upgrade your robot to dig even deeper. Each Level will let you dig deeper and find more valueable ores.

You have to be careful where you dig and keep your robot from cave-ins and other dangerous blocks. Use dynamite to make your way trough undrillable blocks and find yourself using parachutes, scanners, ladders and pillars to get back to the surface and recharge your batteries. How deep can you get?Seeking for uncomplicated entertainment?Then Robo Miner is for you. Featuring simplistic gameplay you'll find yourself starting at a small mine and ending up digging thousands of meters down to just find another diamond. Can you still carry it back to your UFO?
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System requirements for PC

  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 1.3
  • Storage: 10 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: The game needs Java 1.6 or higher
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Additional Notes: The game needs Java 1.6 or higher
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Have bought it to support the Developer as I have been on my Phone for a While. The Developer has already developed some nice mobile apps for Android and since I wouldn't spend any Money in the PlayStore, I do it at this Point. But the Game is more Fun on the Mobile phone and is more of a thing in between. The Aim is to mine ores (gives different amounts of Money per Ore variety) and bring it to the Surface. There you get the Money and can upgrade your Robot (click on Ufo). Once the Diamond has been found, collected and brought to the Surface, you can start a new Mine that goes even deeper. Since there are Difficulty levels with the PC version, I assume that there are also differences to the Mobile Version here, which I do not know at the moment, because I have only alluded briefly. Thanks @reiti .net for "Robo Miner," "Minesweeper: Unlimited," "HEXDef One" and all the great neon games: 3
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Microsoft from French
You know the games in which you have to dig to find minerals, go up, upgrade its Digger, come down to find more ore deeper, reassemble, etc... in a loop, only with the urge to upgrade stuff? Try to imagine the bare minimum to make a game like this, BAM, you just imagined Robo-miner. No additional mechanics, no random cellar in the décor, nothing interactive, upgrades ultra Basic, we descend by digging, we go back with ladders, the Earth is creusable, the hurl fall. Eventually we eventually reach a possible diamond at the bottom, we go back up and we get the right to restart a brand new map, but with 50 boxes of extra depth, which will eventually contain a new ore more expensive (a purple instead of a yellow!) More worthy of the student project (or possibly of the free Flash game of the year 2000), in a genre that already owns a few beads (we think of Steamworld dig), it is better to pass its turn on this title in favor of more pleasing alternatives.
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Already known as an App (actually free there) it also makes a Lot Of Fun on the PC. The Controls also go via Mouse-I like that. Otherwise, you have to find a Diamond in a randomly generated level. There are only simple Layers of sand that are broken down. We Must note Rocks that cannot be degraded and fall on the newly mined field below and destroy the small Robot. If the Robot goes Back towards the Surface, it automatically builds Ladders, which are also only limited and therefore not enough, every Degradation and every Movement also costs energy and there is not unlimited of That. When the Robot reaches the Earth's Surface again, it Regains ladders and Energy. Even additional Updates that can be purchased also make it easier for you to get along the Way. Nevertheless, every Move is quite a work Of Thought: Are the Ladders still enough? Can I put Support Beams between two Rocks to have a better way Back? Energy? Where are Question Marks that bring me Benefits? Where is Coal that brings me new Money to Buy updates? And in the end, I have to be careful not to want too much and not to find a way Back. A great Game that is worth its Money if you want to play it on your PC. As an App also get for free. But it is precisely the Mouse Control on the PC That is already convenient.
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