SteamWorld Dig is 50% off on Steam + Release of Official Soundtrack

Steamworld Dig on Steam is getting a huge 50% off later today for one week. To coincide with this you can also get hold of the soundtrack for this awesome game. Hit the jump for the full press release.

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Between Monday April 28th and Sunday May 4th we’re slashing the price of SteamWorld Dig on Steam in HALF. That means players can get their hands on SteamWorld Dig for PC, Mac and Linux for only $4.99 (or the equivalent). In celebration of the 50% discount we’re also releasing some new exciting content for fans of SteamWorld Dig.

Exclusively on Steam you can now purchase the official SteamWorld Dig Original Soundtrack for the low-low price of $0.99. The soundtrack contains all nine tracks from the popular indie game – composed and recorded by two highly regarded video game composers: Mattias Hammarin and Jonas Kjellberg. Fallen Tree has remastered the tracks in glorious high-definition for the ultimate listening experience. You’ll absolutely dig it!

Players can purchase the official SteamWorld Dig Original Soundtrack on SteamWorld Dig’s page on Steam. The entire album can be listened to for free on Image & Form’s Soundcloud page. Above you’ll find the official album art by our talented artist Agnes Mickucka.

Thanks to SteamWorld Dig’s immersive gameplay, unique mechanics and stunning presentation praise has been unanimous. As a result, Game of the Year nominations and awards have rained over the game.

This is what leading gaming sites say about SteamWorld Dig:

  • ”Amazing.” (9.5/10,IGN.com – one of IGN’s highest rated games of 2013)

  • “An utterly phenomenal video game.” (10/10,PocketGamer.co.uk)

  • “A totally unexpected love letter to bold concepts.” (9/10,NintendoWorldReport.com)

  • “Drop everything else, and get SteamWorld Dig.” (10/10,GameZebo)

 

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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