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Blast Miner Tunneling to Mac OS X
6:57 AM | David Chochla | 2 comments

Cryptic Sea is bringing Blast Miner Tunneling, the winner of the 9th Annual Independent Game Festival, to the Mac. According to a report on MacNN, the company plans "to release a Mac version as soon as possible".

Blast Miner, which challenges players to extract chunks of gold from mine shafts using TNT, gasoline, acid, and other means. The physics-based title features two modes: players can steadily extract gold in a fast-paced Tetris-like environment or use deep strategy to solve complicated puzzles.
The MacNN article also mentions that the company is also considering bringing Gish 2 to the Mac, which is currently under development.

Be sure to check out the MacNN article.

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