Doug is a Dwarf. Doug loves digging. Well, actually he doesn't: what he likes is to find buried treasure. Anyway, one day Doug decided to gather as much treasure from as deep under the earth as he could go. So Doug dug. And he dug. And he fought monsters and avoided massive avalanches of falling rock. And then he dug some more. And he picked up lots of bling.
Now it's your turn. Help Doug dig deep down under the earth in the quest for shimmering jewels and precious gold. Go farther and deeper than any of your friends. Find more gold than anyone in the world. Oh but watch out for colossal cave-ins. No they're really colossal—you won't believe it. And creepy monsters. And bottomless pits. Ah, don't worry it's just a game.
Do you like Spelunky? Dig Dug? Well c'mon you like Minecraft don't you? Well then you'll like this. Plus it's cheaper. And better. Plus your friends are playing it and you don't want to be left out, do you? Or maybe no one is playing it, in which case you'll be the one who introduces all your friends to "Doug dug." Then everyone will say, "Hey look there goes *your name here* who introduced us to 'Doug dug' and who is therefore cooler than the rest of us because he/she discovered it first." One of those two great options is bound to happen.
So what are you waiting for?
Doug dug. Will you?
Visit http://youtu.be/GZazFfw_O7A to see how it plays.
- Hides the home bar whenever possible rather than showing it all the time.
Ratings and Reviews
Good. Gets old because lack of content
This game is good but get boring after a while. I have lost interest in it almost completely. I think that this game has opportunity to expand. I would say this game is not worth buying currently.
I could happily throw out to the builders of this game many ideas to make this game more fun.
One annoying thing, I think that the 100 saved high scores prompting “it’s a new high-score” should be limited. Basically feels like I’m getting the high score every game. It should be changed because there should only be ONE “high-score”.
Worth Every Cent.
This is the type of games I love! I would totally buy it even if it costs $10. This game is straight up good and the developer is still active. The mechanics are very interesting such as how the blocks fall, how to kill enemies, etc. This game is so addicting, I play this game every opportunity I have. Keep up the good work and I support you 100%. I have some suggestions you may want to add the game but totally your choice!
- The Ghost Mummy shouldn’t spawn above the player. (This happened to me once maybe it’s a bug but it killed me instantly)
-I probably haven’t gotten down enough into the mines but if there isn’t, add new areas where the block materials are different and engaging. New enemies. (Maybe add some sort of boss?)
-Have a store to buy just skin characters but not upgrading shovels because it could possibly ruin the game.
-More power-ups such as, a bomb/C4 you can drop and explode (Press the button again to activate the explosion), double money value, and more.
Some people are having a misunderstanding about the $0.99 upgrade.
Read the app “History Updates” and the developer explains why he made that choice. But yeah I would buy it over and over again if I had too. Outstanding game.
Latest update solves the crash on 9.3 iOS
The latest update fixed my brothers older iPad’s crash on opening app. 99 cents is a very fair price to pay for a game that has legs! I play this 20 or more times every day. I am hoping the developer adds new items to game in the future. Maybe tnt with a way to detonate from a safe distance, or a backpack to hold 2 items. Only 1 thing I wish they’d do: make the reward text ( the ones you get for quickly getting 3 or more of an item) smaller! Frustrating to die from an enemy behind the words!
Game still has annoying glitch. Numerous times I fall onto a spider and die, I don’t like games that give you the rules, then break them. “Trust fall” ??? Right. Just ‘fell’ 1 block down, background never changed, and I get a trusted fall? Lame.
Developer Response ,
It sounds like you had previously bought the game, and the new update asked you to update anyway. Sorry about that! To avoid this problem:
1. Fully quit the game by double-tapping the iPhone home button, then swiping Doug dug off the screen to kill the app.
2. Open Doug dug.
3. You should receive a prompt to log in to your iTunes account. Enter your iTunes credentials to log in.
4. The game should then let your through the obstacle, and you should never see the obstacle again after that.
We're also releasing another update that will make the "Restore Purchases" button check whether you've paid for the game more completely. You do have to enter your iTunes password, or the game can't verify whether you've bought it previously.
I hope this helps!
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- The Electric Toy Company LLC
- 16.8 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © 2020 The Electric Toy Company
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock Infinite Depths $0.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.