October 20, 2008 - Koonsolo announces that Mystic Mine can be played with a single button. People and children with limited mobility will have no trouble with the controls. The difficulty also adapts to the current player, making sure that everyone can enjoy and finish the game at their own skill level, regardless of age, experience and disability.
After releasing the gameplay preview video ( http://www.koonsolo.com/news/?p=12), several people noticed that the game was probably controlled with only one button. Mystic Mine is indeed a so called "single-switch" game, but it can also be played using the mouse.
The menu system can be navigated with only 3 buttons: a select, next and exit button. And when holding the select key for a few seconds, the "one button" mode is enabled, and the menu can be controlled using a single switch. Of course other keys, mouse or joystick/joypad can be used, but they are not mandatory.
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For more info go to http://www.mysticmine.com
Koonsolo is a small independent game development studio committed to create games that are original, amazing, and most of all, games that provide pure carefree fun.
Koonsolo was founded in 2006 by Koen Witters, who has been creating games for fun as long as he can remember. It first started out by inventing board games, and after playing Commodore 64 and those early arcade games, he was completely sold on this new form of entertainment.
At the age of 14 he learned how to program, with only one goal in mind:
to create computer games.
After receiving his Master’s degree in Computer Science, he started working as a professional game programmer. This was extremely fun, but the passion of creating his own original and exciting games never went away. So in 2006 he finally started up his own company, Koonsolo. After finishing some contracted game projects, Mystic Mine will be the first indie game developed at Koonsolo.