Some suspected that Mars once harbored life.
There was a reason that it wasn't ever found.
Mines of Mars is a procedural atmospheric mining game that is inspired by games like Metroid and Motherload.
It is also a story based adventure game with dark secrets, great weapons, tons of different items, and a gorgeous world to explore.
The world of MoM is procedurally created, so that every time you play it, it will be a little different.
There are tons of different enemies, dark corridors, and a large variety of fauna and ambient creatures.
-Huge Procedurally generated underground world
-Night and Day system
-3 Mini Games
-Original Ambient Soundtrack by Evan Gipson
-Lots of flora and fauna
-Tons of Weapons and Items
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Ratings and Reviews
Good but needs more
The story of this game is appropriately mysterious and there's a bit of humor too. The mining mechanic is fine and the combat is OK if a little boring. The graphics and animations are great. The only aggravating aspect of the game is the proportion of overall playtime spent traveling back up to the surface. The game would have been more engaging if some puzzle, adventure, or strategic elements had been incorporated. The bosses had no particular patterns or weaknesses, or at least most were beaten on the first try without employing any particular strategy. Although you have to beat all the earlier bosses to enter the final dungeon, beating each individual boss gives no special power-up or access to any areas you couldn't already go. Would be an ideal game for some sort of expansion. Thoughtful design of new levels and challenges would be a big improvement over the procedural generation of the base game. Solid but uninspired.
Phenomenal maddening game
A truly epic game. Totally worth the $. But hits on my biggest pet peeve in games. Developers if you know you have sucky controls DON'T design areas which exploit your lazy (or inept) programming. If you ever played Neverwinter nights you screamed at trying try move 6 characters through a cramped dungeon like one of those puzzles with 20 squares and 19 out of order numbers. Stupid dungeon areas in this game which have unavoidable lava and spike because the flying portion is so jumpy in controls. Grrrr! Otherwise 5 stars.
Only been playing for about 2 hours so far, but it seems to be working well. No glitches or crashes so far. It's a fun little exploration/digging/craft game perfectly suited for the mobile environment. I do wish the jumping mechanism worked a bit smoother. I tend to waste more fuel than I should be because when I jump, it doesn't always quite make it to the next block, (the block is just one level higher), and I need fuel to finish the jump. Otherwise it's a pretty solid game worth the price of admission.
- Crescent Moon Games LLC
- 110 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2013 Crescent Moon Games
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