Parallel Thinking in the creation of Classic Games: Dig Dug and Mr. Do

MrNeilESQ posted a great look at the similarities of two games made by two companies at the same time. Two games that demonstrate that similar ideas can come to fruition without being ripoffs of one another. I found it very interesting since I know so many people who really appreciate Dig Dug, but give very little to the superior (in my opinion), Mr. Do.

Which is superior?

Read Parallel Thinking in Classic Games: Dig Dug and Mr. Do [@] Aging Geekfully

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One thought on “Parallel Thinking in the creation of Classic Games: Dig Dug and Mr. Do

  1. Hey! Thanks, Retroist for linking to my article! And thanks for being a great aggregation of all things nostalgic – I visit your site daily!

    My chums, JD,Brando, and I post about our experiences as Geeks pushing 30 on the blog

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