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- Simple and easy to play.
- Varying difficulty levels so you can adjust to your level of play.
- Classic mode and Enhanced mode with updated graphics.
- Not much variation level to level.
- Repetitive sounds can get annoying.
Dig Dug Fast Facts
- Life for Dig Dug began on April 19, 1982. The year of 2012 marked its 30th anniversary.
- Dig Dug was developed by the well-known and famous Japanese company of Namco.
- Other Dig Dug games include Dig Dug II, Dig Dug: Digging Strike, and Dig Dug Deeper.
- Namco has developed a lot of bestselling games and franchises over the course of its long life. Some of the company's most well-known series include Tekken, Soulcalibur, Klonoa, Splatterhouse, Pole Position, Ridge Racer, and especially Pac-Man.
- Dig Dug was originally developed as an arcade game, but it has been ported to consoles like the Atari 2600, 5200, 7800, Commodore 64, GameBoy, NES, GameCube, Xbox, Playstation 2, Wii, Nintendo DS, and Xbox 360. It can also be found on mobile platforms that run on iOS and Windows Mobile. This particular version is available for modern-day PCs.
- Dig Dug is considered to be the sixth most popular coin-operated video game of all time.
- This game holds the 22nd spot on GameSpy's 'Top 50 Arcade Games of All Time' list.
- The titular protagonist of Dig Dug made a cameo appearance in Disney's 2012 film, Wreck-It Ralph.
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