Dig the Ground is a unique Match3 puzzler in which you have to match gems of the same color and use all sorts of tools to clear the ground tiles beneath you.
Frequency asked questions and rumours
- When was DIG THE GROUND released?
- Who was the developer that made DIG THE GROUND?
- What is the most accurate way to locate buried services?
- How do I identify an underground service?
- What animal digs holes in garden at night?
- What are archaeologists?
- Can archaeologists sell what they find?
- Who digs the ground?
- How do I check services before digging?
- Do archaeologists only dig?
- How do you play dig the ground?
- Is it unethical for artifacts to be collected bought and sold?
- Who digs ground?
When was DIG THE GROUND released?
Who was the developer that made DIG THE GROUND?
What is the most accurate way to locate buried services?Trial holes using hand tools should be dug to confirm the location of buried services. A series of trial holes will confirm the exact position and depth of underground pipes and cables.12 Nov 2019
How do I identify an underground service?
The identification of services should usually follow a system. Firstly, service records are gathered. A site survey scan should then confirm the location of the services identified within the plans. Trial holes are then dug to confirm locations and further safe digging used to expose services as required.15 Oct 2019
What animal digs holes in garden at night?
Voles. There are different species of voles, but we will concentrate on the field vole or common vole, because it is the one, most likely, to dig holes in your garden. Voles are mouse-like rodents.6 Feb 2020
Can archaeologists sell what they find?No real archaeologist would keep or sell items retrieved. The ethics of the profession require archaeologists to place artifacts in a professional repository for future analysis/research. Conditions of permitting require this to occur as well.
Who digs the ground?
How do I check services before digging?
Look out for signs in the surrounding area, such as meter and fuse boxes, electricity pillar boxes, consumer units, utility indicator markers and manhole covers. Consider hand-digging trial holes to expose the services before using any electric or mechanical excavation tool.
Do archaeologists only dig?No. Although excavation is an important way for archaeologists to gain information, there are other ways that archaeologists can find out about the past: Field walking is a careful search of the land to find objects brought to the surface through farming.
How do you play dig the ground?
Dig the Ground is a unique Match3 puzzler in which you have to match gems of the same color and use all sorts of tools to clear the ground tiles beneath you. You’ll find that this bright and colorful brain teaser includes multiple levels of complexity that vary greatly from level to level.