Creepy Mines
Creepy Mines
2.6

3.5

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Creepy Mines2.6

09 September 2006

3D game where you destroy diamonds.

Overview

Note: Creepy Mines is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for download.

Creepy Mines is a not classic brick game, various new elements have been added to make the gameplay amazing. The goal is simple : you need to destroy all the spooky diamonds in each stage to proceed to the next stage and continue your way through the 4 different levels

What's new in Creepy Mines

Version 2.6:
  • Now a universal binary
  • Using SDL instead Carbon
  • Fixed a lot of small bugs

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How would you rate Creepy Mines app?

8 Reviews of Creepy Mines

3.5
Anonymous
07 December 2003
Version: 2.0

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A very well done game visually. However, I find it unfun to play. This is a *very* fast type of brick game, and the 3D effects obscure your ball and make it hard to predict where it'll show up next. Crashed a couple of times as well (in some Ogg Vorbis code according to the reports; why developers didn't use a QuickTime supported format is beyond me), shifting windows of other applications on my screen.
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Anonymous
11 January 2005
Version: 2.5.1
Tried the game, then ordered it from their partner BMT Micro Orders. They said they were unable to "verify the information necessary to approve the purchase" and declined my order. However, they did steal $20.50 from my bank account... meaning they have all the verification they need from my VISA card. This is fraud. Wath out for these guys, they are not serious. I will stick to warez in the future, as online shopping of shareware is a nightmare.
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4.25
Anonymous
29 January 2004
Version: 2.331
new version (2.332) really fixed the paddle problem. it´s really fun now to play! amazing 3d graphics...
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2.75
Anonymous
06 January 2004
Version: 2.3
nice try 2... the game´s idea and graphics are nice but you can´t control the paddle in a way that it´s fun. also it´s buggy, i.e. the ball sometimes slips through the paddle. sorry, nice try, but no fun at all...
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Anonymous
03 January 2004
Version: 2.3
Why the h@L! isn't this download now available? There is some silly note on the developer's site about it not being available now "due to piracy"... whatever!
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Anonymous
26 December 2003
Version: 2.2
I think the MP3 cost is only for using the actual encoding/decoding. If you use QuickTime or something like that it should be ok. At least that's what I'm using for my game.
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ennerseed
23 December 2003
Version: 2.1.5
The ability to adjust the speed of the "bouncer?" (the thing you use to hit the ball) is greatly needed. When I play it just zipps from one side of the screen to the other, too fast. But very cool overall.
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3.5
Anonymous
08 December 2003
Version: 2.0
I find it beautiful but very hard and very dark too. The reason why developper don't use mp3 is because of the licencing costs. ( 2500$ to use it in a game -> http://www.mp3licensing.com/ )
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3.5
Anonymous
07 December 2003
Version: 2.0
A very well done game visually. However, I find it unfun to play. This is a *very* fast type of brick game, and the 3D effects obscure your ball and make it hard to predict where it'll show up next. Crashed a couple of times as well (in some Ogg Vorbis code according to the reports; why developers didn't use a QuickTime supported format is beyond me), shifting windows of other applications on my screen.
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