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Key Features
- 54 levels of adventure and danger: Enough variety for a lifetime stranded in space.
- Sokoban meets Minesweeper: A bite-sized explosion of original puzzle gameplay.
- Delightful sound effects and music: Proprietary tech allows Astro Mined to play music and effects in a vacuum!
- Intellectually stimulating gameplay: Makes you smarter, wiser . . . a citizen of the stars!
- Adorable cartoon space miner: A space mime wasn’t as popular among the staff, so we decided to scrap the Astro Mime idea and stick with Astro Mined.
- Explore the Solar System: 3 planets to solve . . . just like “worlds” in a puzzle game ;)
- Collect coins for bonus points: No in-game currency. No crypto-currency. Just coins. Plain, good old fashioned, shiny gold coins.
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