Dig Dug II Review

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    Dig Dug II is an arcade game from the 80s where you have to defeat the enemies on an island by digging out lines and removing parts of the land. Here is our Dig Dug II Review.

    The game was developed and published by Namco (Now Bandai Namco), This version was originally released in March 1985, for arcades but has been ported over to the majority of other platforms. It’s currently also available on the Nintendo Switch Online NES Service, this is also the version I played to review the game.

    Dig Dug might seem like a simple game, and it kinda is, but the further you get, the harder it gets. You need to blow up enemies and remove parts of the land to take them down as well, but some enemies can do stuff like breathe fire, making it a lot harder than I initially thought at first sight. For the first few minutes, it’s a fun game, but for me personally the game got stale rather quickly due to the quick difficulty spike and because I had to figure everything out in the beginning due to its unclear directions.

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    The enemies can’t cross lines for the most part, so it was pretty funny at times to kinda make a maze for them to walk around in only to crush a big part of the land when they almost got out, but then when you dont move quickly enough, there is a big chance you will go down as well, that was also a pretty annoying part, but luckily due to the Nintendo Switch Online version, there was a rewind feature that made the game a lot more tolerable and more fun in the long run.

    As far as games go from this time, it’s not that bad with its visuals. there is color and everything is very distinctive and clear, but it does get kind of boring after a while because there isn’t any variation in the maps or enemies that I noticed myself.

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    Fun for an hour, nothing more nothing less, the game can get pretty frustrating at times.

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    Fun for an hour, nothing more nothing less, the game can get pretty frustrating at times.Dig Dug II Review