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Update 1.4 - Repairs Part 1 are LIVE!New tools, breakable parts, and a whole new system of machine repairs.Experience brand new game-changing system as from now on your machines can break when least expected.Purchase spare parts and take advantage of new tools in your quest to strike it rich!




Gold Rush The Game


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Update 1.4.2 - Tutorial and Hard Mode are LIVE!Brand-new features for new and experienced players!Start your gold mining operation in no time with a simple tutorial.Once you're experienced enough, put your skills to the test and face the serious difficulties of gold mining with Hard Mode.


  • It's time for diggin'!Fresh start for everyone with new and upgraded features.Use De-Rocker to take your screening performance to the next level.

  • Stop digging blindly! Use Drilling Machine and find the biggest gold deposits on your parcel.

  • There is new claim available. Explore it to find more gold then ever before. See you at Nighthawk Parcel.

  • Don't limit yourself to one machine. Right now you can use multiple dumptrucks or any other machine.

  • and more!



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Gold Rush! (later retitled California: Gold Rush!)[1] is a graphic adventure video game designed by Doug and Ken MacNeill and originally released by Sierra On-Line in 1988.


Gold Rush! is one of the last games that Sierra made with the AGI interface and is one of the most complicated. The rights to the game are currently owned and published by The Software Farm by its original developers the MacNeills.[1]


The game is set in 1848, just before the California Gold Rush. The player is Brooklyn newspaperman Jerrod Wilson, who soon receives word that he must go to Sacramento to meet his long-lost brother. After a few minutes of gameplay, word arrives that gold has been found in California, and it becomes much more difficult for Jerrod to settle his affairs in Brooklyn and find a way to Sacramento.


There are multiple paths which Jerrod can take to get to his brother. He can travel on a stagecoach, which is the cheapest path, and the only path that is always available to Jerrod, no matter how long he spends in Brooklyn. This path brings Jerrod into contact with Native Americans, unruly oxen, parching deserts, and the likelihood of a winter storm in the Sierra Nevada. He can also travel by ship to Panama, cross through treacherous swamps and jungles on foot, and then catch another ship to Sacramento. This route is more expensive than the others and also requires Jerrod to prepare carefully for many hazards of the tropical climate of Panama, from malaria to jungle ants to crocodiles. The third and most time-consuming path is to journey all the way around Cape Horn on a ship. This choice has its own perils, from storms to scurvy. On each route, Jerrod can perish at random by a disease for which there is not yet any cure, such as cholera, making it prudent for players to save their game whenever possible and in multiple slots. Once Jerrod arrives in Sacramento, the three routes converge and all of the puzzles are the same. In California, Jerrod must try to prospect for gold, avoid bandits, and locate his mysterious brother.


Gold Rush! uses words from the official game manual as a form of copy protection. If the player fails to enter the correct word at a certain point during the game, their character is immediately arrested for claim jumping and hanged on the gallows, which is the same as the regular in-game punishment for claim jumping, being caught in someone's hotel room, or stealing.


In 1989, Dragon gave the game 4 out of 5 stars.[2] Computer Gaming World gave the game a positive review, noting it mixes historical simulation with Sierra's traditional adventure gameplay.[3] Compute! called Gold Rush "entertaining, somewhat educational, and a terrific escapade for first-time adventure game players", but warned that its simplicity might disappoint veteran gamers and that the graphics were inferior to that of some other Sierra adventures.[4]


German game developer Sunlight Games secured the rights and re-released the original version on July 25, 2014.[15] A remake with the name Gold Rush! Anniversary was released on November 7, 2014 for Microsoft Windows.[16] OS X and Linux versions were released later in November 2014. The ports for iOS and Android were released in March 2015. All graphics are pre-rendered, but all animations and characters are displayed in real-time 3D. The game's graphics are in high definition and the music was remade. All text from the original game was optimized with newly recorded voiceovers. The game can be controlled by a point-and-click control or with a parser (only Windows, Linux and Mac), which is similar to the old Sierra games which use the AGI interface.[17] Gold Rush! 2 was released in April 2017 as a sequel to Gold Rush! Anniversary.[18]


Sunlight Games has also released a Special Edition which is limited to 350 copies. The Special Edition comes in a box with a banderole, and the content of the box is similar to the old Sierra boxes is: a copy of the game on a DRM-free DVD, a poster, a card with the serial number, a printed making-of booklet, a printed booklet with concept drawings, and a golden-colored coin. Gold Rush! The Special Edition can only be ordered at Sunlight Games' online shop.


Gold Rush is a simulation game based on the Discovery Channel show of the same name. With an amount of glitches and bugs that would rival the best Bethesda games and gameplay that is overly complicated and tedious, this title practically begs you not to play it. That being said, I keep finding myself drawn back to its cumbersome yet comforting controls, toiling my day away in the dirt in hopes of landing a big score.


Despite these complaints, I have tremendously enjoyed my first 40 hours and feel a sense of accomplishment when I finally get my wash station running and walk away with a pocket full of gold. This game demands your patience and attention, so it will not be for everybody, but for a select few, this game will provide hours of entertainment.


Gold Rush: The Game released back in 2017 on PC. Fast forward to 2021 and Code Horizon decided to make it available on consoles. Playstation and Xbox owners (current and last-gen) can now try their hands on being a gold prospector.


In Gold Rush: The Game, you become the gold miner. Become the wealthiest man in Alaska as you work hard, dig deep, and explore the world around you. Find as much gold as you can while using some of the most highly-detailed machines available in the gaming industry.


Throughout 1848, reports and rumors about plentiful gold in the mountains and streams of California percolated throughout America. Some of the accounts seemed too good to be true -- chunks of gold waiting to be scooped up. Instant prosperity!


On December 5, 1848, President James K. Polk confirmed the tales of gold in his State of the Union address. The race was on. Thousands of individuals began streaming out west across America -- some by land, some by sea. Thousands more traveled from other countries to California. Some found the quick riches of their dreams. Most faced unending days of monotonous, back-breaking labor.


The Gold Rush started in March 2010 when Maryland played against ACC rival Duke University. That year, Maryland ended their losing streak by beating Duke 79-72, and fans even stormed the court after the game.


With such a monumental victory while wearing an uncommon color, the Gold Rush became tradition, with fans likely seeing it as a good luck charm. Now, fans and students are encouraged to wear gold, and oftentimes are given free shirts to match the theme.


Students look forward to the game each year because of the expectation for great outcomes created by previous games. In the last seven years, the Terps have only lost one Gold Rush game: against Virginia Tech.


Escape rooms are taking the United States by storm! The goal of the game is to find a way out of a locked room within the given time limit. Work as a team to solve logical puzzles, uncover clues, and follow the storyline to unravel the mystery. Each riddle brings you one step closer to the ultimate escape! Escape room games are great for a night out with friends, a date, a birthday celebration, or a team-building activity in the United States.


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