No matter how many laughing at different simulators of a tractor driver or loader, it is worth acknowledging that this genre proved to be quite worthy and found its audience. Routine seems to work, from which, on the contrary, I want to relax, but these games suddenly proved to be quite popular. However, in the case of simulators of a farmer or an auto mechanic, there are not enough exotics: even a city dweller roughly represents how a piece of meat with a slice of bread gets to it on the table, and everyone uses it in one way or another and in general terms understands what's hobbling under the hood. But there are projects that highlight and noticeably narrower areas. One of these is Gold Rush: The Game , which is a simulator of a gold miner.
As in the series, in the game the protagonist goes to catch luck at the tail, keeping his way to a small town, around which several gold mines are located. In the pocket a couple of hundred dollars, a flashlight and keys from an old pickup truck, and a shovel (do not be surprised - the inventory here is not provided in principle, so where else should you store this shovel?). The rest will have to be mined with our own hands. In the city, despite the provincial view, there is everything necessary for a gold prospector: a bank in which you can get a loan for business development, rent or buy a plot, and sell ready-made gold bars; shops of machinery and equipment; finally, dressing and smith. In fact, you can go straight to the mine, pre-renting a site - the minimum required for work (except for the same shovel, it is always with you) can be found right on the spot. But to begin in this way, by washing literally the individual grains of sand manually, of course, is silly.