Mole Control

  • Frantic gameplay
  • Exciting action
  • Find and dig up moles!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.6 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 279

Review for game Mole Control

The people of Molar Creek have lived alongside the region's infamous exploding moles for hundreds of years. The night before the village's annual Mole Control competition, a dastardly villain has set these explosive rodents loose in the city itself! It's now down to you and local inventor Dr Kraft to find the moles and reclaim Molar Creek in this fast-paced puzzle game. Collect Supermole powerups to succeed!

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

September 23, 2010

Game Rank

2923 points

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challenging & relaxing at the same time
August 14, 2012

This is basically a huge version of mine sweeper, but so much better. When you begin, there is a choice of five languages. I don't speak five, but I think it's cool. I suggest you DO read the stuff to read. Some of it is important task wise & some of it is just the story. The story is pretty cute & really not long to read. If you choose to not read the stuff that pops won't have a clue what the sometimes hilarious power-ups are.

Sadly, I can't recommend this...
August 10, 2013

I really wanted to love this game and I did love the demo. But I've come across two problems that keep me from wanting to continue on and finish it. The first is that you can't pause or save your progress within a level. So, say you've found 62 out of 80 moles but you need to take a break? Your only option is to leave the game running in the background while you do other things. Extremely inconvenient. The second is that there seem to some bugs in the game still, most seriously that on a couple of occasions I've gotten to the end of a level, having found all the moles it seems possible to find, but it's still telling me I have one mole left. I've had this happen twice now and gone back all over the yard trying to see if I'd missed something - nothing. My only option was to start the level over again. Combine this with the other issue I described and you have a very frustrating experience. It's too bad. I really love the concept of this game but some issues need to be worked out before it's a good game imo.

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