Dig tunnels underground and use an air pump to inflate and blow-up your enemies. You can also drop rocks on your foes. Dislodge two rocks and a bonus fruit or vegetable will appear in the ... See full summary »
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Dig tunnels underground and use an air pump to inflate and blow-up your enemies. You can also drop rocks on your foes. Dislodge two rocks and a bonus fruit or vegetable will appear in the center of the screen. A level ends when all the enemies have been destroyed. Written by Anonymous

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Action | Family

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May 1982 (USA)  »

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Digudagu  »

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The hero's name, Taizo Hori, come from the Japanese "Horitai zo" which literally translates as "I want to dig." See more »

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Referenced in Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny (2006) See more »

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How can you all forget Dig Dug!?!?
5 May 2003 | by (Northridge, California) – See all my reviews

I can't believe that no one has reviewed Dig Dug. I guess not many people realize that video games can also be reviewed. I'm not saying that this is the game to end all games. Far from it, I know that compared to today's games Dig Dug is from the stone age. There is still a charming nostalgia that comes with the old arcade games. Dig Dug is fun to play and surprisingly challenging. The intro theme is also a classic, you can't forget the intro music. Old school games rule, I hope my generation doesn't forget that. Now go play Atari damn it.


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