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  • Summary: "Treasures and Tunnels," Delve Deeper's first DLC expansion, brings you 50% more Delve Deeper maps and 25% more treasure. For those counting, that's 10 new levels and 25 brand new relics. Each level is custom-tailored to be tackled by different team combinations, and each relic custom-designed to add new excitement to every map!

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    - 10 new maps, including Big Orc Candy Mountains, Duke Dreadaxe's Dungeon O'Doom, and Crazy Edvard's Chasm.
    - 25 dynamic, exciting new relics
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  1. Oct 23, 2011
    A really simple gameplay full of surprises. Mine building, treasure and gold hunting is really fun in this little turn-based strategy game. Sometimes it feels like you playing with a tabletop board game. The music and the atmosphere of the mines also well done. I recommend this nice indie for every turn-based game fans and also for casual gamers. Expand
  2. Jul 4, 2012
    Fun game. Feels like a board game (and there probably is one out there). This game is played best with a friend, because against a computer you will run into repetitive mode, and the game will lose its luster. Play with someone and this is a treasure box of turn-based fun! :) Collapse
  3. Sep 2, 2011
    Delve Deeper is a turn based game where you dig tunnels, mine gold and other precious metals, and retrieve treasures from chests found in the tunnels you dig. You play competitively against up to 3 players / AIs as well as fight against the goblins and gnomes and other baddies of the deep. This game plays a lot like a table top board game and I think this game may translate well into a family game night type game. Entertainment value is average as the game is fairly slow paced and doesn't allow you to fast forward through your opponents turns which really sucks up your time. For the price, Delve Deeper is a good game but it lacks the features of games that cost only a few dollars more. Expand