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The graphics are one good reason to play the game, but the storyline is the best one. Engrossing, it will have you scratching your head at the hard points and cheering at the ending. And what could be better? The story came from the mind of Steven Spielberg himself! He's always been a director known for his visual sense and entertaining stories. If you chance to find a copy of this game, pick it up. You will not be disappointed.
It was bound to happen: a Steven Spielberg collaboration with George Lucas' LucasArts Entertainment Company. The result? The Dig is an epic science-fiction adventure with complex puzzles and rich character development. Smooth animations (depending on processor), stereo sound and music (ditto on processor), and talent behind the animated characters make The Dig an adventure worthy of its big-screen counterparts.
Som problemlösningsspel går The Dig utanpå det mesta, men ibland vill man skynda vidare utan att lyssna på astronauternas pladder.