The shop's 'Extras' tab sells an assortment of useful tools.
Allows Diggy to move dragable stones over more tiles in just one click!
- Buy this with copper as soon as possible.
Before buying the golem:
After buying the golem:
Professor's Switch System
Enables you to have 2 underground Camp-setups with a different time required to fully fill.
- Details on the Professor's Switch System Page
Last Tile Finder
Missing the last 10 tiles or less in a location? This Tool will help you find them!
The Last Tile Finder (LTF) is a reusable tool that helps you find the last 1-10 tiles in a mine.
It works anywhere except repeatable mines, but only when there are 10 or fewer tiles remaining.
Buying the LTF
The LTF is sold in the 'Extras' tab of the shop.
Once bought, it's available permanently (but needs time to recharge after use).
Using the LTF
Whenever you are in a non-repeatable mine, the LTF button is visible in the corner of the screen.
- On the mobile version the button is in the bottom-right corner:
- On the computer version it can be found in the top-left corner:
Clicking the button opens a dialog which will either tell you there are too many tiles left, display the recharge options, or let you activate the LTF.
Once activated, a golden trail will run from Diggy towards the first detected tile, or a door that leads to tiles. When you go through a door (or if you lose sight of the trail), click the LTF button again to show the trail again. The LTF will stay active in that mine until it is cleared. Recharging takes 24 hours from the moment the LTF is activated, and it can be active in multiple mines at once - there's no need to rush to clear them.
Some maps, especially those with looped paths, can confuse the LTF. If it's sending you in circles from door to door, the workaround is to visit each screen of the mine, running the LTF each time - if it leads to a door ignore it and go to the next screen. Eventually you'll be on a screen where it can lead you to tiles. To make sure you visit all the screens, check the wiki's maps for that mine.
If the last tile is somewhere inaccessible, the LTF might not work, or might direct you straight through the obstacle. Try to clear a path by moving stones, pulling levers etc.
How do Passive Effects Work
There are currently two types of the Passive Effects
If the Experience Passive Effect is purchased you get a chance to receive double experience from the tiles that you are digging. The chance increases with each level. When you enter a mine first time the percentage of tiles will be set to double XP at random. When active this is indicated with a yellow "Bonus" special effect in the mine. In effect leveling you up faster.
If the Energetic Passive Effect is purchased you have a chance to get back the energy from the tile that you have just dug out. The chance to get the energy back increases with each level. When you enter a mine first time the percentage of tiles will be set to give back energy at random. In effect it improves your energy production by the percentage in the long run. When active this is indicated with a green "Bonus" special effect in the mine.
- I you have to choose then buy the Energy Booster first as it, in effect, gives you 2,5% improvement over all your equipment over all the years and equipment bought during those years.
You will always see the next level of the Passive Effect, not the current one (except for the last level).
example: If you see level 4 in the shop, you are currently level 3
Only available on the computer version.
Collect all godchildren from a neighbor's camp in one click instead of 5.
|level 39||220 7000|
Only available on the computer version. More information about Windmills on the Energy Regeneration page
Upgrades the maximum number of windmills from 5 to 8.
|level 40||80 8000|
Increases the energy gained from 8 to 22 per hour, per windmill. 15 levels total.