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Dig Dog

Rating Summary

Based on 7 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

71

Top Critic Average

43%

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Game Information

Available on:Xbox OneFeb 8, 2018
PCFeb 8, 2018

Developers: Matt Grimm, Rusty Moyher

Publisher: Wild Rooster

Genres: Roguelike, Platformer

Dig Dog is an action roguelike platformer. Dig to discover treasure, adventure and bones! Jump, dash, stomp and dig your way through a strange world inhabited by stranger creatures. Simple, expressive control scheme – Run, dig, drop, jump or dash using only three buttons! Controllers and Keyboards supported. Play both Game Modes: Bone Hunt – The roguelike treasure hunt. Dig for bones across four worlds of increasing difficulty. Battle enemies above perilous cliffs and sunken desert caves. Die a lot. Free Dig – An endless digging experience. Dig through an infinite set of levels with minor challenge and no game overs. Progress is saved.
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Generación Xbox

Jose Luis
5.5 / 10.0
Generación Xbox

Dig Dog will entertain you a couple of hours along some platformer levels in a Rogue-like style 8bits game. You will have to guide a little dog who is looking for the final treasure: a bone, which is at the bottom of the level. Avoiding different enemies, our dog will have to dig a lot in order to achieve this purpose. Perfect for children or just in case you don't want to spend a lot of time in front of the tv.

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Dig Dog is a pleasing game. The gameplay is quick but fun and increasingly challenging. This is a mindless game to play when you're looking for something relaxing or don't want to commit to a heavy story.

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It's messiness is more endearing because of the killer hook, distinctive art, and memorable soundtrack. This might not be a long-lasting game, but it doesn't need to be. It's just a doggy digging.

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A fun game to play in your odd downtime moments when you haven't got the opening to sink into a much larger game. Comes with plenty of challenge in the main game, but also has a more relaxing version when you're just wanting to chill.

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