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Coal Miner 5 Points Mine 20 Pieces of Coal
Digging Deep 5 Points Reach a Depth of 300 Meters
Iron Miner 5 Points Mine 20 Pieces of Iron
Silver Miner 5 Points Mine 20 Pieces of Silver
Emerald Miner 10 Points Mine 20 Emeralds
Explorer 10 Points Clear 5% of the Map
Gold Miner 10 Points Mine 20 Pieces of Gold
Saphire Miner 10 Points Mine 20 Saphires
Under Pressure 10 Points Reach a Depth of 600 Meters
Diamond Miner 25 Points Mine 20 Diamonds
Rock Bottom 25 Points Reach a Depth of 1000 Meters
Ruby Miner 25 Points Mine 20 Rubies
Black Box 50 Points Find the Source of the Signal
Giant Gems 50 Points Find 10 Giant Gems
Lost King 50 Points Find the Ancient Remains
Prospector 50 Points Clear 10% of the Map
Treasure! 50 Points Find all the Treasure
Excavator 100 Points Clear 25% of the Map

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Reviews


tformer0607tformer0607

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Motherload vs. Mega Miner

As there are many pros and cons to each game let me just focus on what this game has that "Motherload" doesn't. For starters the "Unknown Black Screen". While some may find it annoying I see it as a challenge and it puts a perspective on what the game is intended for MINING. Not knowing what is under the dirt is a fact of life (unless you have an x-ray machine but who cares about you go ruin someone elses fun). You start out with more fuel and you can dig upwards which is a bonus its predecessor doesn't have. Not to mention better control but that is where the good things stop. I dislike the exceeding amount of shops in a random order and the fact that everything in the shop is either double or triple what "Motherload" had.

Over all its a good game if you have time and patience and if I could recommend at-least one thing to the creator, please if there is an upgrade, sequel or anything of the sort add an upgrade section to the map because the red dots, though helpful somewhat, don't tell me what the thing im mining is. (Take a look at hedgehog launcher two you'll know what I mean)


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DaRk-NaRaKuDaRk-NaRaKu

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I am the winner.

I can honestly say I have an addiction to mining games, i.e Minecraft, Motherload, etc. etc. I cleared every chunk of dirt, stone, and rock, mineral from the game. I have won the game in my opinion. It was fun, took me a couple hours, but eh. I was bored. :) Good luck in future games.

I only game it a 9/10 because I thought there would be a medal for clearing the whole world. @_@


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Anti-pieAnti-pie

Rated 2 / 5 stars

A lame version of motherload

Not Original at all. Just a complete ripoff of a better game.



dreamsfandreamsfan

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

maybe its not my kind of game

i found it dull after 20 minutes and didn't really see much to overcome other than overheating and dealing with maintaining your fuel and craft. It would be nice if I collected ore not to just sell it but to actually make upgrades. Teleporters could be set at certain buried levels you have to uncover, buying them is tedious. This is the RPG "Quest for the bigger sword" loop in a new twist.


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ImbeuriiImbeurii

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

No ending?

Absolutely amazing game. I enjoyed few hours playing.

Only problem I see with it is there's no ending, unless it's super secret. I mean, I cleared every chunk of dirt and rock on the entire screen, but didn't find anything special except a weird invisible column of minerals/rock/dirt on the very far right, but it appeared to be a simple glitch.

I think I beat it! Make another please. <3