Dig, The LucasArts 1995

A group of scientists discovers an asteroid that is on its way to a collision with the Earth. Is there any way to prevent the disaster? Boston Low, a NASA veteran, is sent to command a space expedition on the asteroid. Accompanied by the journalist Maggie Robbins and the archaeologist Brink, Boston investigates the asteroid and finds a strange structure that undoubtedly belongs to an alien civilization. During the course of investigations, the team finds itself on a seemingly deserted planet. To their surprise they discover that it is hollow, and that there is evidence of alien technology inside. They try to figure out what it is for... when suddenly it is transformed into a crystal-like spacecraft and they find themselves hurtling through space at warp speed, across the galaxy to the planet of origin. Where are they now, and why were they brought here? And more importantly, how will they ever figure out a way to get back home? Wherever home is now. They find themselves on a planet that was obviously once inhabited by a highly evolved civilization. Yet now it is a hostile world, desolate and abandoned with no sign of anyone anywhere, and none of the artifacts make any logical (human) sense. They know that somehow they're going to have to learn how these aliens thought, and maybe even why they're gone now, in order to be able to understand their technology and get back home. So they split up to increase their chances of finding something helpful. "Dig" is a point-and-click adventure game with a simple one-cursor interface and more complex puzzles than usually encountered in LucasArts' adventures. Despite having a serious story, the game follows in many ways the tradition of LucasArts' humorous adventures. It's also based on a story of Steven Spielberg and was highly anticipated before its release.
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Full Demo 196Mb (@ GamesWin)
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Full Demo 50Mb (@ DopeRoms)
ISO Demo (uploaded by Old_Schooler) 443MB
Custom v2.0 ISO Demo (WinXP Compatible) 467MB (uploaded by Scaryfun)
v2.0 ISO Demo 464MB (uploaded by Egon68)
included in The LucasArts Archives Vol. III 6CD ISO Demo 1.20GB (uploaded by hgdagon)
UK Clone ISO Demo 582MB (uploaded by Egon68)
GOG Digital ISO v2.0.0.3 + Extras 467MB (uploaded by hgdagon)


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