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Diggity

Go for the gold!
Diggity by Dave Dobson is a fast-paced card game where you battle with other players to get the most gold out of the ground. You’ll use your cards to build a mine while at the same time trying to construct (or steal) the mining tools you need to grab the gold before others do. You’ll need to be clever to thwart others’ plans and strike it rich!

The Diggity mine cards have two functions - they construct the mine the players use to collect gold, and they also hold parts that players can use to create a miner or to build tools. The miners produce gold, and then it's a battle as players vie to use the best tool to collect it.

Easy to learn, quick to play, but with deep gameplay, Diggity is suitable for a party, a family game night, or a break from school or work.

This is the First Edition of Diggity; we have a 2nd Edition with different artwork available here:

Diggity (2nd Ed.) [www.thegamecrafter.com]

See reviews here: Plankton Games Journal: Diggity Review [planktongames.blogspot.com]
Gamer's University – Updated More than Never! » Blog Archive » [Review] Diggity [www.gamersuniversity.com]





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Why buy this?

  • Simple play, but deep strategy
  • Dual-purpose cards
  • Fast-paced fun

Requirements

30-60
2-4
12+

Vitals

Average Rating 3 reviews
Publish Date July 22, 2011
Edition First
Department Card Games
Genre Abstract
Theme Business
Setting American Old West
Audience Family
Primary Mechanic Resource Control
More Info Diggity web site

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Ratings and Reviews

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Own It Played It Fun Priced Well High Replay Value Well Written Rules Nice Artwork

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