Cave Digger is a virtual reality mining game which takes place in a small town of an alternative western universe. Gear up with well used second hand tools and devices – jump into the elevator and ride the train that will take you deep down into the mines. Explore the rich veins that are just waiting for the honest, hard workers to whack their pickaxes at!
-Explore the elevator shaft and four massive train levels full of mysteries, riches and strange happenings. Some fishy higher power seems to engulf the Frontier!
-Build up the way to the mines by gearing up and upgrading your vehicle. But beware, the adventure can end in eight different ways depending on the actions and choices taken.
-Meet a companion to help to carry the weight on your shoulders.
-Go on a treasure hunt for hidden magical loot.
-Item upgrades – technology advances in unimaginable ways, making mining more profitable!
How much riches will be enough? Will you be able to stop? What happens if you don’t? The answers to these questions and more will be found as you dig deeper into the mines!
Jan 29, 2019
That 30min playtime that people are talking about is only for one ending! What they didn’t realize is that there are actually more, depending on what items u buy. I have so far got 3 different ones and i think there are more. It is a fun casual game and it has some funny surprises that you don’t expect to see in game like this 😀
Apr 14, 2019
Jan 23, 2019
5/5, would eat cave mushroom again accidentally and wonder in space
Dec 21, 2018
love the increasing upgrades and their functions… very time worthy game
Jan 15, 2019
Good concept, decent execution, but regrettably short length and minimal replayability. The current length of the game – which is roughly 30 minutes to an hour depending on your luck and how quickly you can learn the mechanics – does not justify the $20 price tag. However, this is, in my opinion, worth picking up with a subscription.
Jan 24, 2019
Great Game i think alot more could be added into it but its not my partake of taste but thats okay! im glad i tried it out!
Apr 11, 2019
Good game all things considered. Neat concept, good execution. I love the easter eggs and the handful of ways the playthrough ends.
It could be longer. Maybe by allowing players to unlock new depths, give us a little more progression (other than just unlocking new tools). As it is, a playthrough is about 30 min and that’s fine, but personally I’d want more for my $20
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Feb 19, 2019
Its a fun game, is not fun for long but its a great game to come back to sometimes for a little time! Worth it, but only if you want to spend your money on a game to play sometimes.
Oct 06, 2018
There is no “wallet” to show how much money you have to spend only how much you got on the last run.
The items you buy blindly because the only way to know what they do is to have already bought it.
There is no setting to change the size of your room, which if there was you wouldnt need to teleport or replace your tv that you may have hit with your virtual pick.
Out side of that a few more upgrades for the pick and an explanation of the ghost pick and a way to scan the rocks and have one hand free to collect, it’s a great game & I hope there is more updates to come!!
Feb 05, 2019
This game rushes you from the very beginning; there is little time to play around with the many creative tools it gives you.
Oct 23, 2018
Picked this game up as my first Viveport Sub. And this is exactly what the service is for. I thought the game had a lot going for it initially. Different equipment, a level mechanism that encouraged you to do more. Unfortunately, 30 minutes later the game was already over without me fully grasping the concepts or doing much more than I already had in the first 5 minutes. I may come back to it to unlock the door and see what’s behind it, but for a 20 dollar game, I can’t recommend it for how short it is and how little there is to do. The tutorial also came after I had already figured out what to do, which was odd? I think this game does have potential though, just needs a lot more put into it. I’d be excited to see what it has to offer in another year of development. – Neo