Gold Miner

Gold Miner

Gold has always fascinated people, even in ancient times. Its yellowish color has some kind of magic inside and this is why this metal is so precious. It is easy to buy but in most cases it costs a lot of money and this is the main reason why it is so difficult to own. Well, now you can have as much gold as you want with an app, called Gold Miner. True, the gold that you will gather is virtual but it is better than nothing, right?

The game resembles many others as it follows the same game model. You are given a certain amount of time and you must gather as much gold as possible to meet the point requirement that every level has. Each golden nugget gives you certain points and quite logically the bigger the nugget is the more points you get. There’s trash, of course, in the form of stones and other things that you usually find underground, but the good news is that they also give you points. When you advance in the levels you will also have more obstacles to deal with so aim carefully and hope to have some more luck. Don’t expect 3D graphics as everything in the game is 2D but this is exactly what you need.

Gold Miner is a fun game that does not require much. It is simple and it will keep you occupied when you have free time. In addition to that the app is free so the hours of fun are guaranteed!

You can take a look at Gold Miner here on Google Play.

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