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OilWorker - 0.7.6

Wil Alvarez (satanas666)



Oil Worker is an addictive and challenging arcade puzzle game developed in PyGame. You've been contracted by an oil company and your goal is to build a long pipe to carry the oil from the oil well to the refinery


First public release


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OilWorker - 0.8.0 - Feb 25, 2008
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May 31, 2009 11:09am - Erik - nickname: (evildeeds) - 4/5
This game reminds me of good old "Pipe" for windows 3.1. A truly great game.
February 23, 2008 7:18pm - Nathan Tornquist - nickname: (petron) - 4/5
That is a great game. The only thing that I might add is to create a 'bonus' that lets you rotate like 3 of the pipes per level. That might add an extra layer of interest. The game ran very smooth overall, it is a great idea.
February 23, 2008 9:37am - Joey Marshall - nickname: (joey101) - 5/5
Nice fun little game. This is the type of game that pygame was designed for. Also thanks for waiting until it was playable and this polished before listing it here :)

Great casual game fit to replace mines ;)
February 23, 2008 8:51am - pymike - nickname: (pymike) - 5/5
Wow! This game is really addictive! It's kinda hard... my high "money" is $3900. I got a ways to go to getting really good ;-) Really nice innovative game! It kinda feels like Sim City! Nice job! Keep up the good work!
February 22, 2008 4:01pm - Wil Alvarez - nickname: (satanas666)
First public release, still remain a lot of work to do. I have in mind to add some cool events, new sfx and translate it to spanish. Try it and tell me what you think?

I really like feedback ;)


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