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SteamWorld Dig to przygodówka platformowa, w której widać wpływy Metroidvanii. Wciel się w Rusty'ego, samotnego parobota-górnika, który przybywa do starego miasteczka górniczego. Przekop się do starej ziemi, zdobywając bogactwa i jednocześnie odkrywając starożytne zagrożenie, które czai się w głębi.
Data wydania: 5 Gru, 2013
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SteamWorld Dig is 50% off on Steam + Release of Official Soundtrack

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Howdy, diggers! From today at 09:00 am PDT until this Sunday we're slashing the price of SteamWorld Dig on Steam in HALF. That means you can get your hands on SteamWorld Dig for PC, Mac and Linux for $4.99 (or the equivalent).

Not only that, but in celebration of the 50% discount we're releasing some new exciting content for you. Exclusively on Steam you can now purchase the official SteamWorld Dig Original Soundtrack for $0.99. The album contains all nine top notch tunes from the game, composed and recorded by two ace-high composers: H.M. Hammarin and Jonas Kjellberg.

We're certain fans of the game and video game music lovers alike are going to absolutely dig it!

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Recenzje

“SteamWorld Dig zapewnia fantastyczną zabawę. To wspaniała cecha gry.”
NA – ROCK, PAPER, SHOTGUN

“SteamWorld Dig to fenomenalna gra komputerowa.”
10/10 – Pocket Gamer UK

“Prosty pomysł i hipnotyzujący rytm SteamWorld Dig sprawi, że będziecie kopać jeszcze długo w nocy.”
9.5/10 – IGN

Informacje o grze

SteamWorld Dig to przygodówka platformowa, w której widać wpływy Metroidvanii. Wciel się w Rusty'ego, samotnego parobota-górnika, który przybywa do starego miasteczka górniczego. Przekop się do starej ziemi, zdobywając bogactwa i jednocześnie odkrywając starożytne zagrożenie, które czai się w głębi.

Po ogromnym sukcesie w Nintendo 3DS eShop zdecydowaliśmy się przenieść SteamWorld Dig na PC/Mac/Linuxa. Grę zoptymalizowano do użytku z platformą Steam oraz dodano grafikę HD, osiągnięcia i wiele innych elementów!

Kluczowe elementy

  • Ciekawy świat robotów na parę, inspirowany steampunkiem i westernami.
  • Zbadaj podziemny świat pełen sekretów, skarbów i horrorów.
  • Odkryj pozostałości ludzkiej cywilizacji – zdegenerowaną rasę miotających dynamitem troglodytów.
  • Losowe światy z unikalną rozgrywką

Dodatki

W porównaniu z wersją na Nintendo 3DS to wydanie posiada:

  • Grafikę HD: Piękna grafika w wysokiej rozdzielczości (1080p).
  • Obsługę padów do gry: Klawiatura czy pad – graj tak, jak lubisz!
  • Osiągnięcia: Raj dla perfekcjonistów!
  • Dodatkowe efekty: Animowane portrety postaci, filtr poświaty i inne elementy!
  • Karty do wymiany: Z takimi postaciami? To oczywiste!

Wymagania systemowe (PC)

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP (lub nowszy)
    • Processor: 2 GHz
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Karta graficzna kompatybilna z OpenGL 2.1, z 256 MB pamięci i obsługą ARB_framebuffer_object
    • Hard Drive: 193 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Kompatybilność z OpenAL
    • Additional Notes: Może pojawić się konieczność aktualizacji sterowników, by obsługiwały OpenGL 2.1.

Wymagania systemowe (MAC)

    Minimum:
    • OS: 10.6
    • Processor: 2 GHz
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Karta graficzna kompatybilna z OpenGL 2.1, z 256 MB pamięci i obsługą ARB_framebuffer_object
    • Hard Drive: 120 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Kompatybilność z OpenAL
    • Additional Notes: Może pojawić się konieczność aktualizacji sterowników, by obsługiwały OpenGL 2.1.

Wymagania systemowe (Linux)

    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04
    • Processor: 2 GHz
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Karta graficzna kompatybilna z OpenGL 2.1, z 256 MB pamięci i obsługą ARB_framebuffer_object
    • Hard Drive: 80 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Kompatybilność z OpenAL
    • Additional Notes: Może pojawić się konieczność aktualizacji sterowników, by obsługiwały OpenGL 2.1.
Pomocne recenzje klientów
54 z 66 osób (82%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Produkty na koncie: 1,675
Recenzji: 30
5.6 godz. łącznie
Moving into Steamworld Dig, I knew two things. The first being that a tasty art style is not a good indicator of a game's quality, and two, that this was originally a handheld title. With these things in mind, I begin my journey into the depths of what turns out to be a charming and far more than competent Dig-Dug style, upgrade laden adventure.

When you first enter the only town in the game - which acts as the hub for your adventure - you're limited by the only tool you possess: your trusty pickaxe. In this beginning portion of the game, where your only moves are to jump and slowly break away the dirt beside and beneath your feet, this game's handheld roots seem to become apparent, as there doesn't appear to be any sort of depth to what your doing nor any real goal other than to find your long lost uncle Rusty. I was almost tempted to quit and write it off here as nothing more than a simple throwaway time waster. Luckily I didn't, as the game's (limited) depth soon bubbles it's way to the surface.

Your journey to find your uncle consists of digging deep and hard for minerals of varying value, which can be traded for currency, which in turn increases your "level" and the sorts of things that you can purchase. Finding these minerals is your primary goal in the game, as the ground gets harder the deeper you go, and your simple pickaxe won't always cut it. This is what drives the game, and caused me to play it for hours at a time: Upgrades! That feeling you get when you finally earn enough for that powerful new pickaxe or higher defense against the creepy crawlies that inhabit the underground persists throughout the duration of the game, and you'll have to do a lot of mining to earn enough for all of them. But you won't be able to stay down for hours, hoarding all of the loot you snag. You can only hold a finite amount of minerals, among other, upgradeable necessities, such as light and water, that you will need to replenish by returning to the surface. And that loot pouch fills up quickly, limiting how long you can explore at a time, and you will need upgrade it's capacity if you want to stay deeper for longer.

As you progress, you will find brand new abilities that you will constantly have to utilize if you want to survive and loot the entirety of the world beneath the surface, like a powerful drill arm and the ability to leap larger distances. You will have to use every move you earn if you want to make it to the bottom; there are no useless abilities here.

The world isn't limited to the drab and ordinary beneath that you start your journey, and soon opens up to several varying areas with far more dangerous traps and enemies, as well as more valuable loot. This is the sort of game that you need to stick with past the first hour, as prior to this point, it can seem like a boring and shallow experience. And in many ways, it is very limited by it's handheld origins. A full PC/Console sequel could very easily rectify any complaints I have, the greatest being the limited use of the minerals you find. For a game whose loot can so easily be associated with that of games like Terraria, Starbound or Minecraft, it feels like a massive waste of an opportunity to not utilize the minerals you find in the same way. Finding that last piece raritanium needed to craft the Quantum Drill Head is infinitely more exciting than just finding a gem that sells for the last few coins that you needed to just buy the thing. Especially given that the characters are all robots, it's a shame that there isn't any sort of customizable upgrade system in place, augmented by rare materials you can seek out.

As simple as the experience is, it never gets boring. As you progress downwards, there is always a new ability to be discovered, hidden gem caches to dig up, and upgrades to buy. The game scratches that very special itch to find every last hidden object, and can make playtime range anywhere from 3-10 hours, depending on just how much you really need that final upgrade.

As it is, Steamworld Dig is a fantastic time waster for the loot junkie needing a break from their poison of choice, even if the game does little more than scratch that itch for several hours. The potential for something far greater is there, and I truly do hope for a sequel that capitalizes on crafting systems already implemented in other similar titles. As a solid first entry, with a very real opportunity to make a fantastic sequel, I can only hope that the developers are already hard at work designing the next entry in the Steamworld series.
Zamieszczono: 26 Maja
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
34 z 43 osób (79%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Produkty na koncie: 139
Recenzji: 20
7.0 godz. łącznie
Absolutely loved this game. It's a completely unique and original exploration-based platformer that brings back memories of Dig Dug, Terraria, and the classic "Metroidvaina" formula. Mixing a very plesant presentation, a well-implemented upgrade system, and most of all, an incredibly addictive risk/reward element that permeates through the entire gameplay experience, Steamworld Dig is a winner all around. I only wish it had been a bit longer, as I wanted the game to go on and on, but in the end, what better sign of a resonant game is there? Highly recommend this one!
Zamieszczono: 12 Kwietnia
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
29 z 36 osób (81%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Produkty na koncie: 959
Recenzji: 45
12.9 godz. łącznie
So, on the Surface, this game seems like a Dig Dug clone (modernized of course), but when you Dig a bit further, you realize the game has a lot of Depth to it. :)
Seriously though, the developers obviously loved Dig Dug, but had the tools, resources, and drive to make an excellent moder game with RPG elements via equipment upgrades, a bit of a story which is somewhat resolved at the end (but still leaves room for a sequel that I understand is in the works), great looking setting, cool as heck music (kind of spaghetti western, Borderlands-ish), a nifty protagonist, and a lot of addictive gameplay.
As simple as the game is, it really does offer a lot of depth. I wandered quite a bit and played for a bit more than 10 hours before encountering and defeating the main boss (actually the only boss fight really).

This game was easily worth the price of admission. I highly recommend it. A great break from the uber serious titles out there. Good, light hearted fun.
Zamieszczono: 26 Maja
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
11 z 12 osób (92%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Produkty na koncie: 510
Recenzji: 58
2.7 godz. łącznie
When I first stumbled upon Steam World Dig on a daily deal, I didn’t expect too much. It was cheap, it looked decent from the videos. It promised platforming action, the oh so popular buzzword “Metroidvania” and more. Once I got into it, I found that this game is a solid mix of all of those elements, all without trying too hard or being taking itself too serious. That is to say, you’re not going to find yourself faced with any near impossible puzzles or jumps; just lots of exploring, discovering things and some light hearted puzzles.

Don’t go in expecting Spelunky. Don’t go in expecting Terraria, Mario or any other number of games that “Metroidvania” makes you think of. Go in expecting a good way to blow twenty minutes at time, driven on with that carrot of digging your way to the next ‘level’. Steam World Dig does a good job of blending all of these game elements together to give you a game that feels familiar without being a carbon copy of those that came before it. Go in expecting that, you’ll have a good time.

The game’s got a good sense of humor too, which is nice. While something such as Spelunky or Battleblock Theater is great for short bursts of game play in between the interruptions of your real world life, Steam World will fill that gap nicely without the stress and anxiety!
Just relax, it’ll be okay!
Zamieszczono: 26 Czerwca
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
4 z 4 osób (100%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Produkty na koncie: 216
Recenzji: 4
8.9 godz. łącznie
Liked the game a lot. was fun, not too hard which i like.
lots of exploring making sure to find all the gems, etc..
Lots of different upgrades to buy, you get something new to buy each level.
Zamieszczono: 1 Lipca
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
6 z 8 osób (75%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Produkty na koncie: 773
Recenzji: 96
6.1 godz. łącznie
Zamieszczono: 7 Grudnia, 2013
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie

Nagrody

Platinum Award - Pocket Gamer
Gold Award – Official Nintendo Magazine
Gold Award – Games Master UK

Nominacja do 4 (czterech!) IGN Black Beta Awards
Best Original Game, Best Indie Game, Best Handheld Game oraz uwaga, 
GAME OF THE YEAR 2013!
Zagłosuj na http://go.ign.com/BBSA2013!

Nominacja do Eurogamer Readers' Top 50 Games of 2013!
Zagłosuj na http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/readers-top-50-games-of-2013-voting!