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Each underground level has players mining ancient, buried ruins for loot. To progress, they’ll solve increasingly tricky puzzles, with different objectives like finding an errant dwarf or uprooting lost treasure. Spelunking can be tough, however, with hungry monsters and cave-ins looming around every corner. Never fear: an ample supply of bombs and skills make obstacles disappear! Further into the mines, collecting valuable ore lets players forge better tools and enhanced gear like magical picks, helmets and packs. Team up with Facebook friends to conquer the depths and save every dwarven dude! Form a guild with other players for special rewards and daily bonus guild quests.
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