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SteamWorld Dig

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SteamWorld Dig is an independent platforming action game developed by Image & Form. It is the second installment in the series. You play as a steam-powered robot named Rusty. He moves to a town of Tubleton after inheriting his uncle's mine. He starts to mine and explore the underground world unraveling the remains of human civilization on his way. The main objective is to investigate the mines. At the beginning of the game the player is only equipped with a pickaxe, but more and more mining equipment is unlocked as the game progresses. The equipment is also upgradable as the game goes on. The mines are procedurally generated on every playthrough and useful items appear in different places. Collected ores and resources can be sold in a shop outside the mine. There are several underground worlds to explore which feature various enemies. If the player gets lost in the mine they can either use the ladders that are sold in the store or use the self-destruct button. All collected loot is lost on death but can be picked up again.
Metacritic rating
76
Release date
Aug 8, 2013
Developer
Image & Form
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Image and Form
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Image
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Form International AB
Publisher
Image & Form, Image & Form International AB, Image and Form, Form International AB, Image
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://steamworldgames.com/dig/
System requirements for macOS
Minimum:
  • OS: 10.7
  • Processor: 2 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.1-compatible, 384 MB video memory, framebuffer object support
  • Storage: 120 MB available space
  • Sound Card: OpenAL-compatible
  • Additional Notes: You may need to update your graphics drivers for OpenGL 2.1 support.
System requirements for PC
Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP (or newer)
  • Processor: 2 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.1-compatible, 384 MB video memory, framebuffer object support
  • Storage: 193 MB available space
  • Sound Card: OpenAL-compatible
  • Additional Notes: You may need to update your graphics drivers for OpenGL 2.1 support.
System requirements for Linux
Minimum:
  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04
  • Processor: 2 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.1-compatible, 384 MB video memory, framebuffer object support
  • Storage: 80 MB available space
  • Sound Card: OpenAL-compatible
  • Additional Notes: You may need to update your graphics drivers for OpenGL 2.1 support.
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+ All The challenges to see the End, solvable without practiced Finger Acrobatics (rather casual) + if you need it crisp, go to the last six Archievments + Metroidvania for untrained + Looten and Level Carrot pulls from the first Moment + the Game is just Fun + Ingenious Design, SteamWorld has its own Universe with Recognition Value + price/performance, 9 Hours of Fun-O-Fun for 9 Euros) ° Except in style, the Game doesn't really do anything new. But what it does makes it right ... really good. -Replay Value Through systematic mining of Fields, you get Raw Materials that you sell and then buy better Equipment in the Shop. All the umpteen cash you get up a Level and unlock new/improved equipment. You need that the further (deeper) you progress in the World. To solve the Challenges placed there. A Mix of Boulder Dash and Ori.
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SteamWorld Dig is not very varied in itself, one always looks for Gold and new Caves to learn Skills that simplify the Digging, but also eliminate the opponents that appear in the different Worlds. Still, the Game has a great addiction factor, because it doesn't get boring. The opponents are getting Stronger and stronger in the course of the Game and are harder to defeat, e.g. the Turtle or exploding Robot Spiders. I give the Game 7 out of 10 Points. Pro: Beautiful Graphics Different characters in the Game Different Worlds with New Opponents Different Equipment that you can upgrade and must integrate stone Floors, Water and Fire elements that fit well with It. Resreplayable Value Contra: Little variety, basically you do the same No Way to finish the Game when you Die, you can only let yourself revive (Achivement) only one final boss right Short game time
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STEAMWORLD DIG combines mining with the traditional Metriodvania gameplay. You play as Rusty a robot who wants to find out more about the mines of his uncle. But the Story is nothing special. This game is a mix of the wonderful webgame MOTHERLOAD and the good old METRIOD. At the beginning you only have a simple pickaxe. You start digging for some worthless minerals and once you have some you go back to the surface to sell those. With the money you earned you can upgrade your pickaxe and buy other helpful upgrades. Eventually you run into a little cave where you can learn new moves to advance further into the mines. Aaaand that's all you do till the end of the game. But it's really fun an addicting(just like MOTHERLOAD). It only takes you 3h to complete the game but this game has an unlimeted replay-value because of the random generation. Everytime you start a new game you have a completely different mine. So it never gets boring. I would recommend this game to everybody who likes Metriodvanias and games that are like MINECRAFT. (Complaints?: I don't have any!)
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