Sao Paulo, Brazil – RRdaS Game Factory is today proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Dig This 1.0, their challenging physics-based gravity-centric puzzle game for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The game requires players to make use of their creativity and knowledge of physics to solve the underground challenges posed in each level. Create a path and then release the ball. Sounds simple, but will it reach its goal?
Dig This is a strategy-based game which requires players to plan carefully before digging a path for their ball to follow. By simply dragging their finger on the screen, diggers can create an underground path to guide their ball, collecting bonus stars and making its way to its goal, which is the portal to the next level. Once the path is created, release the ball, and watch it (hopefully) make its way to the portal.
“I’ve always enjoyed games that offer more than just a twitch-and-shoot type of playability,” says Ricardo Silva, owner of RRdaS Game Factory. “When developing Dig This, we knew we wanted to offer players a challenge to more than just their reflexes, but instead offer a chance to exercise the most important muscle in their body, their mind.”
The gamer’s path to the portal is immediately apparent in the first few levels, offering the ability to easily make their way to the portal, while collecting all of the bonus stars along the way. However, the player is quickly faced with an increasing level of difficulty in the following levels, offering enough brain-twisting deviltry to baffle even the most strategic competitor.
* Deformable terrain
* Physics-based action
* Super simple, surprisingly challenging gameplay
* Stimulates logic, skill and persistence
* Experience fun mechanics that are uniquely designed for each level
* Stunning graphics and sounds
Players will find they are faced with unusual strategic issues in later levels of the game. For instance, in some cases, the ball might need to rise instead of falling. Luckily this seemingly impossible challenge can be resolved by using mines which are buried in the ground. Keep an eye out for hidden tunnels in some of the holes, as they’ll also aid the ball along its way. Some of the mines can even be relocated, which adds to the challenging game play.
Each level offers a unique challenge. The graphics, while enjoyably retro, are beautifully rendered, and add to the game’s enjoyment. Dig This includes a haunting soundtrack and sound effects, which bring an atmosphere of mystery to the mix, adding to the player’s enjoyment as they try to solve a level, “just one more time.”
“I’m sure that players who download Dig This from the App Store are going to be frustrated by the challenging gameplay,” continues Ricardo. “But I also know they won’t be able to stop playing it once they start. Anyone who enjoys logic puzzles will want to take the ‘Dig This’ challenge, and they won’t be able to stop playing until they’ve solved every puzzle.”
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 8.0 or later
* Universal Application
* 306 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Dig This 1.0 is free and is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category. While not necessary to complete the game, convenient in-app purchases are available to remove ads, unlock all of the game levels, and allow access to all caves.
RRdaS Game Factory is a gaming company dedicated to bring fun to the world. Its games are available for iOS and macOS operating systems. Founded in 2009 and headquartered in Brazil, they are the creators behind of ColorMixer, Themed Puzzle, Jigsaw Extravaganza, Jetman Reloaded, iPuzzle: Super Pack, Color Trick, and others. All Material and Software Copyright (C) 2016 RRdaS Game Factory. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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