A new game on Steam, Paint Mines, is a new multiplayer multiplayer map that pits players against each other to complete an objective.
It’s a new genre that’s been in the spotlight in recent years thanks to its new-generation visuals, but it’s also one that’s proven hard to master.
The game’s creators, Pixelated Studios, are hoping to give players a little more time to learn how to paint before they start blasting out their first mine in a match.
Pixelated will release Paint Mines on Steam in the coming weeks.
The company says that, at launch, players will only be able to paint 1,000-square-foot mines.
However, they’ll be able add up to 1,500 of these at a time over the course of the game, giving players an idea of what it will take to finish a mine.
Pixelate Studios’ Matt Tinsley told Polygon that players will have to work with their fellow players to create the perfect mine and then work with the rest of the community to paint it.
“We’re not looking to take anything away from any other type of game, but we think there’s a lot of people out there that are really looking for this,” Tinsly said.
“The way the game is laid out, we’ve got a lot to do with the visual design, and there’s going to be a lot that we can do to improve the game as a whole.”
There’s also a lot more to Paint Mines than just the visuals.
There are over 70 different types of mines, each with a different function.
Each mine has different objectives that players must complete to win the game.
In order to complete these, players must also complete a number of objectives to progress further into the game and earn experience points.
In addition, players have to complete the map as a team and collect coins in order to win.
Paint Mines features a new gameplay mechanic that lets players control a specific player in the match, with the player being the main objective in the map.
This allows players to control multiple players at once, giving them more control over what happens on the map and the amount of time it takes for their team to win each round.
There’s a level of customization that players can add to the game that will allow them to control more players, or even add additional players to the map to try to capture certain objectives, such as the mine at the center of the map that players need to destroy to earn an objective point.