C64 O’Riley’s Mine

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O’Riley’s Mine game data

C64 game name: O’Riley’s Mine | Release date: 1983 | Publisher: Datasoft | Game media type: prg | Language: en
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About Commodore 64 O’Riley’s Mine

C64 O’Riley’s Mine is an action game designed by Mark Riley and published in 1983 by Datasoft.

O’Riley must travel through his mine to capture all the buried treasure and return safely home again at the top of the mine shaft. He can be drowned by the onrushing water or eaten by the river monsters. Dynamite charges can be used to block the monsters’ pathway, but it will be cleared again by the incoming water. The number of dynamite charges is dependent on the level of difficulty. Explosions can be timed so that a monster is blown away to gain extra points.

There is no time limit, but the speed of water increases in higher levels. When the moon rises the monsters move faster through the mine shafts. The oncoming water will always rise to the highest level the player digs in the mine, so it is possible the water will block the player from returning home.
(source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O’Riley’s_Mine)

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