Abandonware DOS title

Dig dug

Namco developed the DOS action game Dig dug in 1983. Dig dug is currently abandonware, runs on DOS and can be played in single player, multiplayer (hotseat) modes. Dig dug is a conversion from an arcade coin-op machine. It's available for download.
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Additional info

Facts, trivia and collector's notes are licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. These texts use material from this Wikipedia article.

In Sold Out: A Threevening with Kevin Smith Kevin expresses his joy at Bruce Willis wanting to work with him, and unable to find a film to suit him jokes about Bruce Willis as Dig Dug.

The Dig Dug universe and some of its characters appear in the Mr. Driller games, starring Taizo Hori's son, Susumu.

The character Pooka has had many cameos in Namco games, most often as an enemy in Namco games such as the Pac-Man World series. Pooka was playable for the first time in the game Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness as an unlockable character for the multiplayer modes. He is also available to play as in Pac-Man World Rally, as well as Fygar. Pooka also appeared in the Namco arcade game Pole Position on a roadside billboard.

players: single player, multiplayer (hotseat)

input: joystick, keyboard

distribution: 5,25 floppy disk

graphics: CGA

sound: PC speaker

Abandonware DOS popularity: low

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