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Due to the fact that the player can not mine upwards, there needs to always be an avenue of escape to get back above ground. Whether this is leaving enough fuel in order to fly up or leaving dirt laid out in a certain way that the player can climb up. See More
Users have reported to being able to beat the game in around an hour. While the random generation allows for some replayability, the time that this game can be beaten means that a single play-though can be finished easily in one sitting. So for those looking for something to sink more time into, may want to look elsewhere. See More
Each time the game is started new, the dirt that one will be mining in is randomly generated. This allows for a new experience each time played but also a way to make each individuals experience different. This way the game has a longer shelf life thanks to each experience being different from the last. See More
Just like the mobile version of the game there are game items that can be purchased for the game. There are extra stages as well as extra heroes that will need to be purchased with cash in order to use them. While not inherently bad it is a bit of a downside to have bits of a flash game locked behind a paywall. See More
The towers can all be upgraded multiple times and can branch off into different "specializations" as well which allow for varying forms of gameplay. The warriors tower actually places warriors on the field to act as roadblocks for incoming enemies. See More
This game lends itself well to being played in short bursts and limited downtime. Enemy waves do not take long to complete and whole levels can be done in minutes. this makes for a game that is great for a short office break or just something to do in between other more important matters. See More
The game is easy to understand and is well balanced in difficulty that the player comes to the conclusion easily that if they lost it is due to a failing on their part and not poor design of the game. This is a good balance of design and difficulty that makes it great for anyone to enjoy the title. See More
It's easy to learn the basics - just select the ships you want to fight with and click where you want them to go. Clicking once will send half the the selected ships, and double clicking will send all of them. Other mechanics aren't quite as simple, but still are very easy to grasp (for example, if you are surrounding a planet which you are attacking you get a significant boost to your damage). See More
While beginners will throw around ships, not caring what types of planets to attack, more veteran players will need to play strategically, taking and holding defense planets to help their front line. Finding a few large strategically placed economy and naval stars will be essential to a victory if playing against harder AIs. See More
You can create your own maps which you can play on, including 7 types of planets, 5 different planet sizes, and adding up to 5 players. The editor is easy to work with - adding planets is as simple as clicking on a blank space, and editing them can be done by clicking an existing planet again. See More
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