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Submitted by BeardieMan 389d ago | review

The Grave Digger - Review (PC) | Critical Indie Gamer

Down on his luck, no money in his pockets and with the rent payments due; Fagus is having a rough time. Luckily for him, his badger-fearing mate Tully has an idea to help line their pockets. Legend has it that the great grave diggers of old are all buried in the same graveyard, with all the loot they “acquired” over the years. Unfortunately for Fagus, to make their way inside and loot the place, they must first acquire 18 keys. Even more unfortunate is that the map to find these keys has been torn up. On a quest to pay the rent – and get pissed in the pub with Tully – Fagus sets off to find these keys, steal as many valuables as he can and make it home in one piece. (iPhone, PC, The Gravedigger) 5.5/10

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