Check out the Core Game Engine Review of Cookie Miner, a cute game about making cookies and using them as currency to buy upgrades that help you make more cookies!
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What Is Cookie Miner About?
Cookie Miner is a single-player click game.
In Cookie Miner, you use your giant wooden spoon to whack giant cookies, breaking off cookie chips you can use as currency.
Cookie Miner is a simple and relaxing click game.
Use your cookie currency to purchase additional helpers to help you mine cookies.
Helpers ("buildings") include Cookie Miners, Grandmas, Cookie Wizards, Factories, and more.
You can upgrade your helpers to make them mine more cookies at a time.
You can also attack giant cookies to earn bonus cookie chips to add to your total.
What They Did Right
Decent graphics, good-looking cookies.
Fun idea for an alternative to violent games.
What Could Be Improved
It could benefit from better instructions, but it's pretty easy to figure out.
Is Cookie Miner Any Good?
Cookie Miner is a good, mindless casual click game that is non-violent (you can whack a cookie with your giant wooden spoon but there are no monsters to "kill" or fight).
Cookie Miner Game Stats
Game Type: Casual Clicker
Number Of Players: 1
Total Played: 168,000
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