Diamond Digger Saga

Diamond Digger Saga

Diamond Digger Saga – does the word “saga” ring a bell?

If it does then you will quickly know that this free game for Android comes from King, the famous developer of games such as Candy Crush Saga. Well, Diamond Digger Saga is another saga with a twist – while the game resembles its cousins it is not the same product and this is nice.

Diamond Digger Saga is about making points, reaching stars and advancing to the next level but this time things are a bit different. You have to eliminate jewels of the same kind no matter where they are located and no matter which form they occupy. This eases the game a lot when compared to Candy Crush Saga, for example. In addition to that there are levels where you have to help water get deeper inside underground rooms and this is also something new that comes to a King game. The overall goal remains the same though – meet the level requirement, get a golden star and then move on to the next level.

Visually Diamond Digger Saga does deliver. It resembles other King games but this is not a negative as the game is equally beautiful and colorful. It even tries to insert 3D effects when on the level screen and this cannot go unnoticed as the visuals are just beautiful. Sound is also King-like – light and catchy and it brings more positive mood to the game. In a few words you will have fun with this app and we especially like the fact that the game brings something new to the table, especially if you are a fan of the genre.

Diamond Digger Saga is free and can be seen here. Happy playing!

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