Dig This! - Review & Install Links

Just dig with your fingers — and guide the ball to the cup. It's easy, yet challenging. There is often a trick to solve the levels, sometimes you need take advantage of the objects' speed, sometimes you need to make objects collide, but often it is enough to use your intuitive thinking.

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Dig This! is a physical puzzle in 2D world that utilizes sand physics and offers you tricky levels based on simple principles. Can you drive the ball down to the hole by digging holes in the sand? Download Dig This! for Android and iOS to check if you can.

The Role of a Mole

Here you are, with the ball in the depth of sand and the hole of the same color to direct it to. You can dig the sand anywhere you like, to make the gravity drive the ball where it has to get. There can be side objects in the sand, like sticks or wooden boards, that stand in the way of the ball. But gravity can move them too if you dig it right.

The developers use simple objects, like boards, sticks, stones, or boxes, to build complicated tricky levels. Sometimes you just need to draw the way down to the hole to drive the ball there. Sometimes you need to remove obstacles using their own weight or other objects, like stones that fall onto boards and make them fall too, making way for the ball.

The further you go, the more sophisticated your missions get. For example, you may have balls of various colors, and you need to drive each of them into the hole of the same color. Or there may be boards that need to be removed in a very tricky way. If you get stuck (both figuratively and literally), you can use a solution to get through.

Sand AD-ventures

The game is free, and it offers no multiplayer; that means, it will be ad-supported, and it is. After several levels, you’ll see an add pop up. You don’t have to watch it through, though; after five seconds you can skip it and proceed to the game… or to the app that is advertised. Usually, these ads just show you new games, and you may even like some of them, but it’s a Dig This! review, not yet another ad.

If you don’t like those advertisements, though, you can deactivate them for just $2.99. The ads will be turned off permanently. The game does not require subscription, and that’s good. You can buy a pack of solutions instead, just in case you get stuck seriously.


► Decent physics in 2D mode;
► Simple idea with complicated missions;
► Compatible even with old phones;
► Levels can be replayed;
► Free to play.


► Lots of ads in free version;
► The genre is a bit obsolete.

Are You Gonna Dig Dis?

It’s a physical puzzle reminding of the genre that has been popular in early 2010s, and now it’s in decline. If you have been missing these games, download Dig This! for Android or iOS and enjoy its variety of levels and missions.

Average User Rating:
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Erno Uppa
Writer at AppSlam
Erno has been working with writing challenged clients for over four years. He especially enjoys testing and writing about new apps that make life easier.
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