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I Dig It Remastered is an updated version of a Silver Award-winning classic, out now

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Product: I Dig It Remastered | Publisher: InMotion Software | Genre: Arcade
For: Android   Also on: iPhone, iPad
 
Talk about a blast from the past! I Dig it came all the way back in 2009, when mobile was still in its infancy. Combining a neat mix of digging and upgrading, it created a great gameplay loop that could hook you for hours.

After a disappointing free to play sequel
, inMotion went back to the basics with a remastered version of I Dig it, out now on Android and iOS.



It features a brand new HUD, a new engine and some improved graphics. But most of all, it's now fully compatible with all your devices.

If, like me, you're excited to play this old gem again, you'll have to fork £2.99.

Some part of me wonder if it couldn't have been done as part of an update but still, these developers have to make some money and justify updating an old app.

 

Clement Renaudin 16 March 2016
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