You've just got to envy some of these game protagonists. They seem to be able to eat, eat, eat whatever they want and it never shows up on their waist-lines. In the case of Crazy Digger, an arcade puzzler by Pipkin Games, the hero's diet seems to consist entirely of gems and dirt, both of which are notoriously high in carbs. How does he do it? Oh well, at least on this side of the screen, we don't need to worry so much about cascading rocks or chomping green things. Use the [WASD] or [arrow] keys to guide the digger around each level, with the goal of consuming all the gems. You are able chomp through the green dirt and push around blue rocks in pursuit of your goal, but be warned: while the digger is not affected by gravity, a rock or gem will roll on curved surfaces, and without any support, it will start plummeting to the bottom of the screen. That can lead to a painful squishing, so watch out! There are enemies to avoid as well, though the fact that they are squishing-vulnerable as well gives you an edge in the strategy department. Complete all 25 levels, and maybe you'll show the world this digger ain't so crazy after all. Despite background music that deserves the audio equivalent of an epilepsy warning, Crazy Digger is a simple and addictive time-waster in the Boulder Dash vein, and players looking for a burst of retro fun on their coffee break will not be disappointed. Especially those who hit the mute button fast enough.