Miniclip game awards are awards YoMe account holders on Miniclip can earn by attaining a requirement prescribed by an award. For Nitrome games on Miniclip, the requirement is usually a high score bar a player has to surpass, quantified in terms of 'points'.
Many Miniclip games come with awards, and these games can be identified by a prominent badge placed on the screens of in-game main menus.
There are 4 tiers of awards on Miniclip, from lowest to highest:Only the Bronze, Silver and Gold tiers are used for Nitrome game awards.
Finding the awards
On a game page, information on awards may be found in the rightmost column below the game frame. In a box titled Awards are images which denote the awards. Place the cursor over the images to see award requirements.
Game award images for Nitrome games are shiny, tinted variants of main character artwork. These comes in shades of bronze, silver and gold according to the tier of the award.
Award names are usually created by combining the game name and the tier of the award. For example, the bronze tier award for Rubble Trouble is named Rubble Trouble Bronze.
The first Nitrome awards to be introduced only came in a single tier: gold. Only from Rubble Trouble onwards did awards come in three tiers of bronze, silver and gold.
From the first Nitrome award introduced, Off The Rails Gold, award descriptions have been tailored to relate to the game.
All sentences in award descriptions end with a punctuation mark.
When three-tiered set of awards were first introduced, award descriptions for all three tiers were identical and only differed in terms of points. This applies to Tiny Castle, Chisel and Bullethead. Afterwards, from Worm Food on, each award tier came with its own description. However, the first three-tiered set of awards, Rubble Trouble, came with customised award descriptions.
A high score of at least a stated value is almost always the requirement for an award. Only the awards for Hot Air Jr differ, requiring the player to reach milestones in the game instead.
When the first instalment of a series is assigned awards, the sequels of the game often follow suit. Examples are the Rubble Trouble series and the Swindler series.
Although Chisel has awards, there are no awards for Chisel 2 as the sequel is not published on Miniclip.
Hot Air's sequel Hot Air 2 has no awards.
Although Hot Air has an award when Hot Air 2 was published, awards are absent in Hot Air 2.
Awards are once again featured in Hot Air Jr. These awards require the player to reach milestones in the game rather than achieve a point high score.
Chronological order of award release
- Off The Rails Gold
- Space Hopper Gold
- Snow Drift Gold
- Pest Control Gold
- Square Meal Gold
- Hot Air Gold
- Rubble Trouble Bronze, Silver, Gold
- Tiny Castle Bronze, Silver, Gold
- Chisel Bronze, Silver, Gold
- Bullethead Bronze, Silver, Gold
- Worm Food Bronze, Silver, Gold
- Canary Bronze, Silver, Gold
- Rubble Trouble Tokyo Bronze, Silver, Gold
- Rubble Trouble Moscow Bronze, Silver, Gold
- Full of hot air, Boss slayer, Allstar Hero
- Calamari Bronze, Silver, Gold
- Swindler Bronze, Silver, Gold
- Swindler 2 Bronze, Silver, Gold
- Plunger Bronze, Silver, Gold
- Super Stocktake Bronze, Silver, Gold
Names and descriptions of awards are lifted verbatim from miniclip.com; corrections are only performed for typos, grammar and punctuation.
Square Meal Gold
Pest Control Gold
Space Hopper Gold
Off The Rails Gold
Snow Drift Gold
Tiny Castle Bronze
Find your way through the castle and get to the Princess! Score 6000 points for the Tiny Castle Bronze Award!
Tiny Castle Silver
Find your way through the castle and get to the Princess! Score 10,000 points for the Tiny Castle Silver Award!
Tiny Castle Gold
Find your way through the castle and get to the Princess! Score 14,000 points for the Tiny Castle Gold Award!
Worm Food Bronze
Worm Food Silver
Worm Food Gold
The training program of the Mining Colony CM08 is hard, can you pass the course? Score 15,500 points for the Bronze Award!
Unfortunately killing aliens wasn't covered during the training - your survival is up to you and your trusty laser! Score 25,500 points to achieve silver!
You've gone too deep to give up now! Maintain your focus and you can take on anything that might come at you! Score 35,500 for gold!
The Miniclip version retains the original name, Rubble Trouble.
Rubble Trouble Bronze
Rubble Trouble Silver
Rubble Trouble Gold
Rubble Trouble Bronze
Rubble Trouble Moscow Silver
Rubble Trouble Moscow Gold
Do not fail the company, demolish everything precisely and watch out for the bears. Score 100,000 to win the gold.
Rubble Trouble Tokyo Bronze
Rubble Trouble Tokyo Silver
Rubble Trouble Tokyo Gold
Hot Air Gold
Full of hot air
Swindler 2 Bronze
Swindler 2 Silver
Swindler 2 Gold
Super Stocktake Bronze
Super Stocktake Silver
Super Stocktake Gold
- There is an error on the Miniclips awards list. For the Rubble Trouble Tokyo Gold award, the description reads Thatu2019s the sound of dollars.
- Another three errors for Rubble Trouble Moscow. In the awards list, for both Rubble Trouble Moscow Silver and Rubble Trouble Moscow Gold, there is an extra n after the description. Also in the award description for the Gold award precisely is wrongly spelled as 'precicely'.
- There is a punctuation mistake(missing break in sentence) for Calamari Silver award that exists on both the awards list and the game page: ..shooting eggs just make sure
- An error for the Swindler Silver award that exists on both the awards list and the game page: ascore 5000 to win the silver
- An error for the Swindler 2 Silver award that exists on both the awards list and the game page: Score 5000 to wint the silver