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Jun 23, 2008 | 12:57 PM EDT
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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.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I'm impressed.

This is a masterpeice of a game. The control feels fluent, and the game is challenging. It took me a few tries to figure out what makes a strong web, but once I did, I managed to get to the bat stage (no, I didn't catch one). On the other hand, it sometimes can feel unfair. If you accidentally get caught eating to many flies, a firefly can come out of nowhere and the whole web can be demolished by a swarm of moths. Also, the music feels repetitive after a few levels. I can mute it, but I shouldn't have to. Might wanna look into that. I hope to see difficulties and way more prey in the (hopeful) sequel!

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


About 8 minutes in my web collapsed on me... Which was annoying i couldn't catch anything...


Rated 4 / 5 stars


First of all what I noticed was it was a little to fastpaced. I never saw a spider got that fast, nor so many bugs flying all at the same spot. Second, it was a little to hard. The speed, that fact it died in like 5 min, and the fact your web kept completely getting scrapped by a stag beetle kinda turned me off. Luck seemed to be a major factor, and I don't have much. Your tutorial kinda helped, but still it should need different difficulty levels.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


I finally had a perfect web. I had about 47 flies, 31 lady bugs, 12 bees, one firefly, and then: A stag beetle tore a giant hole in my web. T.T And then the moths destroyed everything else, and I died. Great game, though!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Loved it,

Good game, Got 1 bad things though.
1. I Finished the game, caught alot of bats, had a score of like 70,000. I spent 4 hours getting that score. When I was finished with it, It said I had to be at a different site to submit my score.. >:'(

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