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SteamWorld Dig

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Genre: Adventure, Indie, Platform

Platforms: PlayStation Vita, Nintendo 3DS, Linux, Xbox One, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, PlayStation Network, Wii U, Mac, Nintendo Switch

SteamWorld Dig is 2D a platform game that revolves around mining for resources and ores. The objective of the game is to investigate the mines underneath the old Western town Tumbleton in order to unearth the secrets lurking below. The player controls Rusty who is equipped with a pickaxe but the player is given options to upgrade the tools used for digging as progression is made in the game. Besides health, the player also nee... Read More


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Based on 11
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Jan-Sablatura
15 reviews

10%

It's an interesting game to play after Steamworld Dig 2, yet it's not that good. I'd rather suggest second one. This one is missing good UI and the easy way to travel around, teleports are pricy and even one death is a problem because even if you collect everything, you'll be missing necessary gold for every improvement at the end. On the other way, the boss at the ending is not that difficult.
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Shawndroid
29 reviews

Good 90%

After loving Dig 2, this game was released on the Switch. When I started I was disappointed at the graphics and it didn't feel as fun. But as I played it and gained power ups I realized I was comparing the fun and speed of the end of Dig 2 with the start of Dig 1. By the end I was having just as much fun. The games are different enough to both be a great experience. Image & Form worked hard to distill the game experience. Their games seem to... Read More

Positive points
The core game play is really fun.
Negative points
Graphics are less clean and sharp than Dig 2. Randomly generated underground is good, but not as unique as Dig 2.