IMG Reviews Gold Rush - Treasure Hunt
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Inside Mac Games has posted an extensive review of the piece matching puzzler Gold Rush - Treasure Hunt from publishers GameHouse. Dig for buried treasure in a mine by making matches of the colored coal in the depths of the shafts. Here's and excerpt from the review:
For most of the time, making matches isn't too difficult because there are generally only three colours in play: blue, green and orange. Purple blocks do sometimes appear in special places, but are fairly rare. In addition, there are various special power-ups to help you. These can be collected from chests, in which case they go into your three-slot inventory and can be saved for use at a suitable moment, but they also appear within the play area during normal levels, and then must be used within that level. Most useful are coloured pickaxes that clear the screen of all rubble of the same colour, but there are also drills to shake stuck blocks back into play, shovels to clear rows and columns of blocks, and dynamite to blow areas up. Power-ups sometimes appear stuck in walls, and must then be used before they get trapped at the top of the screen, just like rubble.Follow the link below to read the full review.
IMG Review: Gold Rush - Treasure Hunt
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