The Dig For Mac

  1. Poor Check out the review Metacritic-User Avg 8.2. Latest on The Dig. 17 The Dig Review. In almost every sense, The Dig represents a leap backwards from LucasArts' previous.
  2. The Dig Windows, Mac, DOS game. To return to Earth, they must dig for answers, both on the planet’s surface and deep within themselves. From the combined talents of LucasArts and legendary Steven Spielberg comes an epic adventure that plunges headlong.
  3. The Dig is a point-and-click adventure game developed by LucasArts and released in 1995 as a CD-ROM for PC and Macintosh computers. Like other LucasArts adventure games, it uses the SCUMM video game engine.It features a full voice-acting cast, including voice actors Robert Patrick and Steve Blum, and a digital orchestral score.The game uses a combination of drawn two-dimensional artwork.
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Download Dig This! on your computer (Windows) or Mac for free. Few details about Dig This!:

  • Last update of the app is: 30/05/2020
  • Review number on 15/06/2020 is 447211
  • Average review on 15/06/2020 is 4.38
  • The number of download (on the Play Store) on 15/06/2020 is 10,000,000+
  • This app is for Everyone

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#1: how to install Dig This! for PC (Windows) and for MAC (step by step)

  • Step 1: Download Bluestack (click here to download)
  • Step 2: Install Bluestack on your computer (with Windows) or on your Mac.
  • Step 3: Once installed, launch Bluetsack from your computer.
  • Step 4: Once Bluestack opened, open the Play Store on Bluestack (connect with your Google Account or create a new Google Account).
  • Step 5: Search Dig This! in the Play Store.
  • Step 6: Install Dig This! and launch the app.
  • Step 7: Enjoy playing Dig This! from your computer

#2: how to use Dig This! on PC (Windows) and on MAC (in 6 steps))

  • Step 1: Go on Nox App Player website and download Nox App Player by click here (for PC) or click here (for Mac)
  • Step 2: Install Nox App Player on your computer or on your max fy following the instruction displayed on your screen.
  • Step 3: Once the software is installed, launch it by clicking on the icon displayed on your screen.
  • Step 4: Once Nox App Player is launched and opened (it needs few seconds to launch), open the Play Store (by connecting through your Google Account or create a new one).
  • Step 5: Search Dig This! (app name) inside the Play Store.
  • Step 6: Install Dig This! and launch the app from Nox App Player: now you can play or use the app on your computer 🙂
  • Step 7: Enjoy playing Dig This! from your computer

Compatibility

List of the OS who are compatible with the game Dig This!

  • Windows 8
  • Windows 7
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows XP
  • Windows 10
  • macOS Sierra
  • macOS High Sierra
  • OS X 10.11
  • OS X 10.10
  • Other mac versions

Install Dig This! on Android

  • Launch the Play Store from your Android device (Galaxy S7, Galaxy S8, etc.)
  • Enter Dig This! in the search bar and press on “see” or “go”.
  • Click on “install” to launch the install of the game (or the app) (green button).
  • Finished! You can now play to Dig This! (or use the app Dig This!) on your phone and your Android device.

Warning: the game Dig This! (or the app) have to be downloaded, si it could takes few seconds to few minutes to download. To know when Dig This! is downloaded and installed, go on your home screen of your Android Device and check if the app icon is displayed.

Install Dig This! on Iphone

  • Launch the App Store from your IOS Phone (Iphone 5, Iphone 5S, Iphone 6, Iphone 6s, Iphone 7, Iphone 8, Iphone X or your Ipad for example).
  • Enter Dig This! in the search bar and press on the icon of the app to enter on the app details.
  • Click on “install” to launch the download and the install of the app (green or blue button).
  • Finished! You can now use the app Dig This! (or play ;)) on your Iphone or your Ipad.

Warning : the install of the app can takes few seconds to few minutes because you have first to download the app, and then your IOS device will install it, be patient. Once installed, you will see the Dig This! icon on your home IOS screen (iOS 11, iOS 10, iOS 9, iOS 8 ou iOS 7)

Official Play Store link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=se.raketspel.digaround&hl=us&gl=us

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Description of The Dig

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The Dig is a highly underrated sci-fi adventure, one of the few releases from LucasArts that were not commercial blockbusters.

I think part of the reason for this is that most people who bought the game expected The Dig to be another zany, humorous cartoon adventure in the same vein as Monkey Island or Day of The Tentacle. Contrary to their expectation, The Dig is a serious, “hard” sci-fi game – a genre that definitely has a much narrower audience than cartoon adventures. In addition to this niche premise, longtime LucasArts fans may be frustrated with most puzzles in the game, which are much more challenging than in previous LucasArts games (although I find them all to be quite logical).

The game therefore suffered the same fate as Sierra’s outstanding RAMA years later: a difficult game that appeals only to a limited audience, namely fans of hard sci-fi. If you belong to the game’s intended audience, though, you’ll likely enjoy the game despite a somewhat cliché plot. The involvement of celebrities such as Orson Scott Card (dialogue script), Steven Spielberg (original idea), and Sean Clark (director), should make The Dig much more original than it is. Not that it is without merit—the opening scenes are quite breathtaking, with excellent graphics and grand Wagnerian-style musical score: an Asteroid Attila, which suddenly appeared in orbit around the Earth, is threatening the world population with unavoidable collision in the near future. Your alter ego is Commander Boston Low, who together with geologist Ludger Brink, and journalist Maggie Robbins, form NASA's team for a mission to detonate Attila, blow it off its deadly path and save the world. Once on the asteroid, the team inadvertently triggers controls that transform the rock into a crystal-like spaceship, which immediately took the trapped human team to an abandoned planet on the other side of the galaxy. Being safely transported to an unknown alien world, but unable to stay together in the ever-changing fantastic world, your team breaks up. Because Maggie seeks independence and leaves, and Brink dies stupidly, you are soon on your own, struggling to explore and understand the new, mind-twisting surroundings.

Gameplay is typical point-and-click affair, with a vastly simplified interface: one mouse click is enough to do everything in the game, from talking to characters to manipulating the environment. As mentioned earlier, most puzzles are challenging, but none is illogical. Even those that require a lot of trial and error make sense (naturally that’s the only feasible approach when encountering alien technologies). Voice acting is somewhat inferior to the best of LucasArts’ CD-talkies (say, Sam ‘n Max Hit The Road), but it’s adequate. Although mundane, the plot is quite engrossing and retains consistency throughout the game, and there are even some plot twists to make things more interesting.

I thoroughly enjoyed The Dig and expect other fans of hard sci-fi to feel the same. Anyone who expects another clever, light-hearted LucasArts adventure will be disappointed, however. My biggest gripe is with the ending, which is too abrupt and “Hollywood-y” (i.e. everyone living happily ever after) that it’s a letdown. Also, given the exploratory/trial-and-error nature of most puzzles, alternatives to solving them would have been welcome. These are minor gripes, though. Two thumbs up for this underdog!

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Comments and reviews

Inukaze2019-09-290 point

LOL i just had the Spanish CD version for MSDOS xD

Chuck2018-07-100 point

Can i transfer these files the dig to my computer

Steve2017-11-270 point

Also unless you have a FULL rip of the CD, you won't get any of the cutscene videos (so the ending, etc). This download does not contain those, so don't bother.

ramtin2017-01-201 point

why in games full thruttle don,t have exe , imuse, file for run in dos 6,22
i want orginal file for dos run in old my pc please

Seanham2472015-09-132 points

Remember playing this game when i was young intresting to solve the puzzles and send the crew back to earth

roy2014-11-220 point DOS version

it's available on steam in multiple languages for a few bucks

netrom2013-01-110 point DOS version

coolest gane i have had back in the days

DeepSurfer2012-11-291 point DOS version

Yes...it is in french...
all titles here of this games have (fr) for notice that it is in french language.
many games here have titles with other language.

Necro2012-02-11-1 point DOS version

Excellent game. this is a rip of the CD but unfortunately it is in FRENCH

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