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Gold Strike

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About Gold Strike

Description

Collect as many rare resources as possible, that is your mission in this gold mining game. Are you ready to relieve some stress with Gold Strike?

Your mission in Gold Strike

Transforms into a gold prospector, the task is to break all the bricks. With the ax in hand, you will throw the ax to break bricks with at least 2 of the same color standing adjacent. If you break the yellow marbles, you will get a higher score. You can break any cluster of tiles with two or more tiles of the same color standing next to each other, not necessarily from right to left. Some tablets have symbols like x2 or jar, gems... then you will get double or higher scores. Sometimes you will find this game quite similar to some shooting games, but instead of the ball moving from the top, the rows of bricks in this game move from the left. However, it is that difference that helps Gold Strike not be confused with any other game. When you are bored with this game, you should try playing Cycle Extreme. Joining the dirt bike track in this new game is no less interesting than digging for gold.

Some notes for you in Gold Strike

Gold Strike is a simple game, with beautiful graphics and is addictive. The game is built according to the familiar match 2 gameplay. However, you should note that this mine is unstable and always changing. New rows of tiles will continuously appear from the left side, pushing the previous rows of tiles to the right. Sometimes you will see 1 or 2 bricks falling from above to any location, but usually, these falling bricks don't help much. The level ends when you dig up the depth of the mine with the number of bricks displayed at the bottom of the screen. Let's see how many points you can get by digging the whole mine! Overall, Gold Strike has fairly simple gameplay, suitable for entertainment in your spare time.

How to control

Use the mouse to control.

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