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Experience life as a hungry spider at night. Can you complete the final achievement and eat a bat?

To move your spider, click on the web where you want him to go. To make your spider spin a strand of web, drag your mouse between two existing web strands (or a branch). Click on the insects that get caught in your web to eat them. This will earn you points, add to your spider's web supply, and keep your life meter up. If the spider's life meter reaches zero, he dies and the game is over.

There is a lot of strategy involved in maintaining your web to get it to a point where you can catch the bat. Saving bugs to eat for later is a great idea, but too many will weaken your web. A big web will help you catch more bugs, but will also be harder to maintain.

Looking forward to reading your reviews. I hope you enjoy the game, and good luck! nom nom nom...

NOTE: This Dig Your Own Grave game was created by the talented and debonair, Mr Teale Fristoe.

Reviews


AndreuMBAndreuMB

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 13, 2014

It's a hard game, but also really entertaining. I could say it's the best educational game I've ever played. And the only one only related with enthomology.



LOLMAN179LOLMAN179

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 27, 2013

Oh man, the memories. I played this five (almost six) years ago, when it came out. It might be an old game, but it's still fun and I play it once in a while.


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GligameshGligamesh

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 23, 2013

le doi mis dies, pero fue redifisil



MerchantofMenaceMerchantofMenace

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 10, 2012

Simple and fun! This game has a simple premise, and easy to understand gameplay, but still retains its challenge with bees, keeping you from becoming too powerful, and you really just depend on luck, and it in a way reminds me of survival of the fittest, and thanks to your facts, I gained enough knowledge to get a degree in biology.


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jonnoxxcvjonnoxxcv

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 20, 2011

Godlike Invertebrate

It took a few tries but I eventually built a web that could stand up to some serious punishment, not a single strand broke as I farmed moths for food! 'Til a bat flew through it and took with it my food reserves. After which I was left with a tiny corner that only wasps flew into, on the verge of starvation, the unthinkable happened; a bat got caught in the tiny corner web that remained.

They Told Me I Could Be Anything I Wanted
So I became a Godlike Invertebrate

I feel though that my success hinged as much on luck as it did my awesome corner web building skills. I would recommend difficulty levels or even better a difficulty slider that adjusted the ratio of flies and ladybugs to the larger insects.


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