Mine Attack! is not officially supported on MacOS, Linux, and other platforms. However, it can run in those platforms under Wine (Windows emulation tool). Mine Attack! has been tested under Wine by GamesGuyTV (https://scratch.mit.edu/users/gamesguytv) with complete success.
If Wine doesn't work for you, you can alternatively use Windows on Virtualbox and run Mine Attack! on its emulated environment.
Running Mine Attack! on ChromeOS
(WARNING: You need to know what you're doing, since ChromeOS is never set up for this.)
To run Mine Attack! on ChromeOS, you need to first access developer mode, get into the command shell, and run a command to get Wine to work. Then, download Mine Attack! from the official website (https://mine-attack-official.weebly.com) and run it with Wine.
Mine Attack! on Windows 10 S
Microsoft recently released a special edition of Windows 10 called "Windows 10 S," which is essentially a more restrictive version of Windows 10, much like ChromeOS. Mine Attack! is virtually impossible to be ran on Windows 10 S, since the OS is restricted to downloading programs from the Windows Store.
Running Mine Attack! on Windows 10 S requires hacking the OS. Switching to a different version of Windows (most preferably Windows 7, 8/8.1, or 10) is ideal if you're not tech-savvy.