Tiny Miner

Tiny Miner

Sometimes you can encounter a simple game that does not require a whole lot of storage space and that comes with simple graphics and sound effects but at the same time is incredibly fun and addictive. Tiny Miner is one such game!

We’ll start with the size of the game – when we were downloading it, we discovered that it weighted only about 14 MB in size, so we weren’t exactly thrilled. We thought that this game would be boring, too simple and with no content. But we were spectacularly wrong!

In Tiny Miner you will play as an unnamed miner who makes a living by digging resources from a nearby mine. This is what you will be doing here – you must make money by digging coal, iron, silver and more inside the mine but at the same time you must remember the way back to the mine entrance so that you won’t get lost. You can use ladders to get out but you must plan your way out carefully or you will be lost inside the mine with no ladders left. Once you place a ladder it remains there so you can use it later on in case of need. The money you earn will help you upgrade your pickaxe, purchase new and better mine equipment for your needs, get light inside and much, much more. But the fact that you never know what awaits you inside is what makes this game very addictive and fun so enter the mine well prepared or you may never get out again!

Tiny Miner is a 2D game only but the visuals are nice and we do not have any complaints here. The game also comes with nice music that adds value so this is nice. There are no other things to be said about the graphics and sound departments so we will leave them as they are.

All in all Tiny Miner is a great game that will bring you tons of fun. The game does not need powerful hardware and lots of storage space but despite its small size it brings a lot of content and is surprisingly addictive. In fact Tiny Miner may be a serious contender for the title of being the most fun small-sized game on Google Play.

Tiny Miner is here on Google Play! Enjoy and make sure you get out of the mine!

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