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CastleMiner Warfare is a 2013 video game that was released for digital download on Windows PCs. It is the second sequel to CastleMiner, with gameplay that is inspired by the Call of Duty franchise.

Bill of video gaming-centered blog ExtraGuy reviewed both CastleMiner games; in his September 2011 review of the original CastleMiner,[3] he gave the game a below-average grade of "D". He criticized CastleMiner for having choppy graphics at long distances, no water besides a "murky water" block that does not behave like actual water (i.e. not being able to sink and swim through it),[note 1] and for having no blocks with unique geometry, mentioning that a fence block in the game was merely a fence texture applied on all faces of a regular block including the top, making fences in the game look awful. He states near the end of his review, "In [his] experience, every Minecraft clone on the Xbox 360 is a deliberate cash-in, but at least the lot of them know that entertainment equals cash. CastleMiner skips this assumption and goes to 'Minecraft clone equals cash'."[3] Bill was more positive towards CastleMiner Z in his November 2011 review of the game.[4] He praised the game for its addition of zombie survival to Minecraft-like games, although he wrote that "[t]he game is not a paragon of excellent performance or aesthetic" and mentioned that Z's game modes could have been added to the original CastleMiner easily as downloadable content. He gave the game an above-average "C+".[4] 2ff7e9595c

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