Title Diggers (CD32) Game Type Puzzle Players 1 Company Millenium Interactive Compatibility CD32 Submission Courtesy of Sean Caszatt Review DIGGERS is a game I just didn't quite get. It's a LEMMINGS clone, minus the easy control method, the personality, and that "sit down and play without a manual" charm. The object is to dig into the ground and mine various objects while avoiding other miners (seen as competitors) and various underground dwellers. I was never able to quite understand what was going on. The control method used to move the diggers around was clumsy and felt very awkward. The diggers would sometimes do what I wanted and other times acted as if they had minds of their own. Others would accept one command and then act as if they were deaf, never listening to another thing I asked them to do. After several attempts to get things to work, I decided that I really didn't care and didn't want to play the game. To me that's not the sign of a game worth playing. Reading the instructions was little help. The packaging is nice and well put together, but didn't provide me with many clues on how to play the game to get any fun out of it. The graphics were OK. The sounds were OK. I just couldn't get much out of the game. I know some people really enjoy the game. I asked one of them if he could give me any clues so I could at least feel that I knew what I was doing. His clue was "Visualize the whole play area as a grid." That didn't help me much, but I pass it along to you. Maybe you can get some enjoyment out of this game. I just couldn't seem to.