SteamWorld Dig

SteamWorld Dig is a platform mining adventure with strong Metroidvanian influences. Take the role of Rusty, a lone mining steambot, as he arrives at an old mining town in great need. Dig your way through the old earth, gaining riches while uncovering the ancient threat that lurks below…

10/10 – “An utterly phenomenal video game.”

Mike RoseReviewPocket Gamer

9.5/10 – “SteamWorld Dig is easily the best eShop game of the year.”

Michael BurnsReviewIGN

9/10 – “A totally unexpected love letter to bold concepts.”

Daan KoopmanReviewNintendo World Report

SteamWorld Dig – Overview

An epic journey into the unknown:

SteamWorld Dig is a platform mining adventure game with strong Metroidvanian influences. Take the role of Rusty, a lone mining steambot, as he arrives at an old mining town in great need. Dig your way through the old earth, gaining riches while uncovering the ancient threat that lurks below…

Available worldwide, and blessed with multiple Game of the Year nominations like Best Original Game, Best Indie Game, Best Handheld Game and – wait for it – Overall Game of the Year!

Key Features

  • A rich world of steam-driven robots, inspired by Steampunk and Western themes.
  • Explore an underground world full of secrets, treasure and terrors.
  • Uncover the remnants of human civilization, a degenerate race of dynamite-wielding troglodytes.
  • Randomized worlds with emergent gameplay.
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What others say about SteamWorld Dig

9.5/10 – “SteamWorld Dig is easily the best eShop game of the year.”

Michael BurnsReviewIGN

“A long long time ago, Image & Form sent me their game (SteamWorld Dig), and I never told them I loved the game. So here we go.”

Markus Persson (@notch)Minecraft creatorTwitter

10/10 – “SteamWorld Dig is an utterly phenomenal video game.”

Mike RoseReviewPocket Gamer

“Holy crap SteamWorld Dig is such a good game on 3DS and Steam..”

Anthony PadillaSmosh.comTwitter

9/10 – “A totally unexpected love letter to bold concepts.”

Daan KoopmanReviewNintendo World Report

8/10 – “A gem to discover”

Thomas WhiteheadReviewNintendo Life