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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 954d ago | review

Touch Arcade: Micro Miners Review

Touch Arcade: Micro Miners [$0.99] feels a bit crude and dirty in more ways than one, and it's such a better game for it. It's not just because the game has a "swearing" option for these hard-working miners to vent their frustration, isolation, and violation. I found myself waist-deep in lo-fi, pixelated dirt and several hours of my life gone in a flash. With over 40 lengthy levels, I easily became hooked on the intense, arcade-style digging, with almost every stage introducing some new and exciting twist. (iPad, iPhone, Micro Miners) 4.5/5

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