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The screens are ingenious and the game is fun. However, with excellent graphics proving to be one of the chief selling points of this year's games, and with the Digger theme almost done to death, it does not have the strong attraction of similar games, such as Chuckie Egg, released a year ago.
Redesigning a screen is as simple as moving a cursor. You first select the object which you want to deposit on the screen. It can be a gold bar, or even yourself. Moving the drop cursor and pressing the fire button will put it on to the new setup.
As for the rest of the game, you might just as well forget about it. The user definition is the most exciting aspect of it and anyone who can work their way through 150 screens of matchstick heroes deserves a prize for perseverance.