Arcade versionIn the coin-operated version the game ends on round 256 (shown as round 0) since this board is unplayable. At the start of the level, a Pooka is placed directly on top of where the player starts, with no way to kill it. This is a famous example of a kill screen (a area of a game that is impossible to play, usually caused by the oversight of developers.)
ReleaseDig Dug was one of the "Fabulous Eleven" launch games for the Atari 7800.
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Contributed by Satoshi Kunsai (1822) on Apr 19, 2003. [revised by : Cantillon (12899) and MobyGames was killed by GameFly (89485)].