Diggy is typical of idle games in that it also includes some enjoyable elements of strategy. In order to win as rapidly as possible, you need to make effective use of the resources at your disposal. In addition to this, it has an air of mystery due to the fact that you are never sure what you will find. It is possible that extremely valuable ores will be found in each and every hole that you drill.
We are aware that the notion of playing a game that involves digging in the dirt might not sound like a good time, but you will be amazed by how much fun it can be to try to drill all the way through the earth.
Even if you aren't extremely skilled at the game, it is possible to defeat Diggy, provided that you give yourself enough time to do it and obtain the appropriate upgrades. It could appear that you won't be able to dig all the way to the center of the earth when you first start off because you only have a little drill and absolutely no energy. However, as you progress through the game and obtain better improvements, it will become easier and easier to do so, and eventually, excavating all the way to the center of the earth won't be nearly as challenging.
Learning how to play Diggy is quite simple, and the game's guidelines couldn't be any more straightforward. In Diggy, there are only two actions that are required of you: drill down to obtain resources, and press E to search for resources. This is wonderful since it makes it much simpler to pick up the skills necessary to play Diggy. It won't take players 10 minutes to figure out how to control Diggy, so that's one less thing they have to worry about. They are free to enter at any time and begin playing immediately.
First, you will need to use your mouse to point Diggy's drill in the desired direction, and then you will need to click. After pressing E to activate Diggy's radar and locate goods that are concealed, you can proceed to drill down to them and collect them. When Diggy's health bar is depleted, put the money you've made toward purchasing improvements for his equipment. Consider both how much each adjustment will set you back and how much it will help you before making your purchase decision.